Serafina delle Rose is a stormy and fervent spouse and mamma. When her husband Rosario is assassinated while drug-trafficking in a banana truck, Serafina isolates herself from the world: away from life and love.
The Rose Tattoo romantic comedy that Tennessee Williams called his “love-play to the world,” about finding love again after a broken heart. Williams depicts with humour and satire a Sicilian-American community on the Gulf Coast while asking the public to keep an open mind to the possibility of miracles.
A play about migrants still adjusting themselves to a culture that finds itself in the middle of an identity quandary: finding love in the heart of a great battle becomes the ultimate test. We are all misfits to whom love is the only salvation.
Content warnings: Self-harm