Loyola's Resident Theatre Company Announces 2023 - 2024 Season

The Tennessee Williams Theatre Company heats up its next season with a selection of shows under the banner "Season Seven: Deadly" opening in March and running through September 2023.

The local theatrical ensemble will produce shows at Loyola University's Lower Depths Theatre and Marigny Opera House.

“Each play deals with desperate people at the ends of their proverbial ropes, each faced with choices that pose incredible consequences to their bodies, psyches and spirits," said Augustin J. Correro, one of the founders and the co-artistic director with Nick Shackleford. "Lives hang in the balance in these three explorations of the many facets of human nature and relationships."

"Major players in each play are gripped by their own cardinal vices, and the wages of their sins — if they can be called sins — must be paid one way or another,” notes Correro, who will direct Williams' "Night of the Iguana" in March at Loyola.

Other shows in the season will include "Sweet Bird of Youth," directed by Doug Spearman, which will be staged at Marigny Opera House during the summer; and "Spring Storm," directed by Sal Maninno, who also serves as the artistic director for Loyola University's Department of Theatre and Dance, which will be staged at Loyola in September.

The company is also introducing a new premium reserved seating option for shows, with guaranteed spots. Other tickets are general admission.

For information, visit twtheatrenola.com.

By Victor Andrews, Staff Writer