January 20 – February 15, 2003 in Goodman's Albert Theatre

Around 2 hours and 30 minutes

Serafina Delle Rose is the happiest woman on earth. But when her beloved husband is killed, she drowns herself in a sea of grief—until the day an improbable new lover stumbles into her life.

The phrases “romantic comedy” and “Tennessee Williams” are rarely used in the same sentence. But that’s just what the playwright has given us in this lusty and impassioned exploration of the power of love.

 

 
Artists

By TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, Directed by KATE WHORISKEY

Cast

SEAN BLAKE - The Goat
IAN BRENNAN - Jack
ALYSSA BRESNAHAN
- Serafina delle Rose
FRANCO CAMPANELLA - Salvatore
LISA DODSON - Bessie
FELICIA FIELDS - Assunta
MARY BETH FISHER - Miss Yorke
SUSAN HART - Flora
ELIZABETH LAIDLAW - Violetta
EILEEN NICCOLAI - Pepina
MIKE NUSSBAUM - The Strega
JOHN ORTIZ - Alvaro
SIMONE PELLAR DURAND - Vivi
CATHERINE SMITKO - Guiseppina
GREG VINKLER - Father De Leo
CYNTHIA VON ORTHAL - Estelle Hohengarten
FRED ZIMMERMAN - A Doctor
MEREDITH ZINNER - Rosa

Creative Team and Crew

DEREK MCLANE - Scenic Design
BIRGIT RATTENBORG WISE - Costume Design
ROBERT WIERZEL - Lighting Design
ROB MILBURN and MICHAEL BODEEN - Sound Design and Original Music
TOM CREAMER - Dramaturg
RANDY DUNCAN - Choreography
JOSEPH DRUMMOND - Production Stage Manager
T. PAUL LYNCH - Stage Manager