33 Variations
Pride and Prejudice
The Totalitarians
The Night of the Iguana
The Lagniappe

Annual Gala / Special Events
Now Playing


APRIL 10 – 13

March 13 - April 6
The Art Klub, 527 Elysian Fields Ave

By Tennessee Williams
Directed by: Phillip Karnell
Starring: Mike Harkins, Aimée Hayes, Troi Bechet, Bob Edes, Jr., Matt Standley, Tiffany Wolf, Josh Smith, Kyle Woods, Andrew Farrier, Rebecca Hollingsworth, Casey Hendershot, Rachel Whitman Groves, Jordan Kaplan, and Tracey Collins 

A disgraced Reverend seeking refuge in alcohol and carnality. A woman of extraordinary grace who nonetheless feels forlorn and abandoned. In THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA, troubled souls navigate faith, sex and sin in an attempt to save one another before they reach the end of their rope. On stage together for the first time since the award-winning A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, Mike Harkins and Aimée Hayes star in the famous confession drama considered to be Tennessee Williams’ last great play.

Achieves a vibrant eloquence…
- New York Times

The Night of the Iguana [is] at the moving, tormented heart of the human condition.
- Time

March 12 - 13: Previews ($20)
March 15: Opening Night! 
Part of the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival!
March 20: Pay What You Can Night with
Pre-Show Talkback: The Many Lives of the IGUANA
(begins at 6:30pm)
Speakers take on the evolution of the Tennessee Williams play as it's moved from stage to screen and back again
Part of the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival!
March 21: Pre-Show Talkback: Tennessee Williams: Life and Legend
(begins at 6:30pm)
Experts discuss the life and times of the real Tennessee
March 27: Post-Show Birthday Party for Tennessee (begins directly after the show)
Southern Rep and The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival celebrate the legendary playwright's birth with cakes and a costume contest! Come as your favorite Tennessee Williams character, compete to win the award for “best dressed” and party after the performance!
March 28: Post-Show Talkback: Analyze Dat! (begins directly after the show)       
A casual conversation and character analysis, led by a leading psychologist
March 29: Priority Patron Appreciation Night
(begins at 6:30pm)
Southern Rep Priority Patrons enjoy free champagne as our way of saying thanks!
April 4: Post-Show Talkback: Finding One’s Meaning -- in IGUANA, and Beyond
(begins directly after the show)
Join us for a multi-denominational panel of religious leaders as they explore the spiritual side of Williams' last confession drama

April 10: Pay What You Can Night

April 13: Closing Show

Don't forget after every Sunday Matinee....
A Post-Show Talkback with the cast and crew of THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA! 

Parking is limited, be sure to arrive early for ample parking options.

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In deference to other audience members, late seating is at the discretion of the management.  Thanks for being a part of Southern Rep!





Don't forget after every
Sunday Matinee....
A Post-Show Talkback with the cast and crew of THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA!

Join us for the return of our acclaimed walking tour of the neighborhood that inspired Tennessee Williams’ most famous plays! Now updated to reflect the sinful and saintly New Orleanian influences on THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA (Tour starts at 527 Elysian Fields Ave. at 6:30 pm)
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