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The Night of the Iguana review – Clive Owen joins menagerie of lost souls [16 07 2019 11:00:37]Noël Coward theatre, LondonOwen is a disgraced priest, Anna Gunn a widowed hotel keeper in Tennessee William’s languorous hymn to human endurance‘Nothing human disgusts me unless it’s unkind, violent,” says a Nantucket spinster in Tennessee Williams’s 1961 study in solitude. But, while that line epitomises the author’s own generosity of spirit, which comes through clearly in James Macdonald’s typically meticulous production, there is a languor to the play that marks it out from Williams’s earlier driven masterpieces.The setting is the veranda of a hotel in the Gulf of Mexico in 1940 and the four main characters are in different stages of desperation. Maxine Faulk, the hotel’s recently widowed owner, has an unsatisfied hunger for life. The Rev Shannon, locked out of his church for fornication and heresy and reduced to escorting bus parties around Mexico, arrives to suffer one of his periodic crack-ups. He finds an unexpected soulmate in the virginal Hannah Jelkes, a watercolourist who roams the world hustling a meagre living with her 97-year-old grandfather, who is struggling to complete his final poem. Continue reading... Continue reading...
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