Spring ushers in "Suddenly Last Summer". Carbonell Award-winner Angie Radosh stars in this classic Tennessee Williams play in which Mrs. Venable is determined to lobotomize her niece, Catherine, to keep her quiet about the mysterious circumstances of her son’s death. Scandal and greed lurk around every corner in the play Williams considered his most poetic. "We all use each other and that’s what we think of as love". Hypocrisy, greed, sexual repression, a secret journal, and cannibalism —it’s all packed into this pot boiler.