Southernmost Situations is proud to present la noche i.delicatissima, an imaginative adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ The Night of the Iguana. Directed by Liz Ferrer and Sebastian Duncan Portuondo, la noche i.delicatissima features a cast of local artists, dancers, and musicians, moving the play from its original 1940s Mexican setting to a dreamlike 1960s Cuba.
A multidisciplinary endeavor, la noche i.delicatissima features video projections and music by local artists, along with a large-scale immersive set. True to Southernmost Situations’ mission to produce work that questions and exaggerates traditional structures, the play employs both classical and experimental theater techniques, utilizing multimedia lighting, sound, and movement to create a near-psychedelic aesthetic. A reinvisioning of the Classic Greek Chorus supplements the actions of the main characters, adding to la noche i.delicatissima’s
abstract explorations of psychology, existentialism, and the painfully human search for place and purpose.
The performance of la noche i.delicatissima will take place at Swampspace June 6, June 7 and June 9. Doors at 7:30 p.m. Showtime at 8 p.m. 150 NE 42 St, Miami, FL. Tickets are $10 and available for purchase at southernmostsituations.eventbrite.com.
Born out of a spontaneous trip to Key West, Southernmost Situations is a Miami-based social catalyst and experimental collective that blurs the boundaries between contemporary art, performance, and the traditional curatorial model.
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Southernmost Situations would like to thank Cannonball for their continued support of this project.