STEEL MAGNOLIAS is a comedy drama about the bonds of friendship among six women in northwest Louisiana in the 1980s.
The piece was written by Robert Harding and first performed in New York in 1987. Harding wrote the play based on some of the experiences surrounding his sister’s death.
The play’s title suggests the ‘female characters are as delicate as magnolias but as tough as steel’. The magnolia specifically references a magnolia tree that they argue about at the play’s beginning. Continue reading Pavilion Players Presents Steel Magnolias @ Pavilion Theatre Castle Hill