G.J. Dowding and Zoë Bennett's Something Cloudy, Something Clear is a dreamy re-imagining of a late Tennessee Williams' memory play. Under the direction of G.J. Dowding, this ethereal production takes place in the mind of the play's protagonist, August, a fledging playwright working on the show that is to be his Broadway premiere while dealing with complex feelings around an amorous affair with Kip, a sexually ambivalent Canadian draft dodger in need of a caretaker. Set to movement by choreographer Zoë Bennett, we are transported to a fantastical vortex wedged between a along ago summer in 1940 Provincetown and 'present day' 1980 where our nostalgic protagonist is reflecting on that haunting summer of lust and desire. Redemption is the goal in this broken record story. Wind up the Victrola and let the story unfold.