In the mid-1970s, Tennessee Williams — inspired by events surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy — wrote, "The Red Devil Battery Sign." With uncanny vision, he depicted the path America is now taking regarding suspected government collusion with powerful Asian forces and with civil strife on the streets where gangs roam and fear reigns. Now, more than 40 years after the play was first produced, Williams’ projections seem to be coming true as he tells a tragic but poetic story of how two vulnerable people fight to survive in an increasingly dangerous world.
Seldom produced, you won't want to miss this piece written very late in his career.
Dates: November 8th, 9th, 10th, 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th
Time: 7:30 - 10:00 p.m. (no late seating)
Tickets: All Students $10, General Admission $20
All performance include complimentary parking at the 7th Street Garage
Purchase tickets online at ahec.edu/kingcenter or call the King Center Box Office at 303.556.2296