Palm Beach Dramaworks has packed its season with plays that honor its mission to present theater that makes you think.
Contemplate spirituality with The Night of the Iguana (to November 13), the final work of the great Tennessee Williams.
Reflect upon friendship and ennui with one of the twentieth century’s most notorious writers in Tru (December 2 to January 1), a one-man play based on literary giant Truman Capote.
Rob Donohoe as Truman Capote. (Photo by Samantha Mighdoll)
Question morality when a young author betrays her mentor in Donald Margulies’ Collected Stories (February 3 to March 5).
Examine the intersection of emotion and reason—among other opposing themes—in Arcadia (March 21 to April 30).
Finally, delve into the search for purpose in The Cripple of Inishmaan (May 19 to June 18), a dark comedy about a handicapped man who finds excitement on a movie set.