In the bedroom with Tennessee Williams’s ‘Green Eyes’
The soldier and his new bride wake up in tough shape in a New Orleans hotel room. He’s on a short leave from a brutal jungle war that haunts him. He drank too much on Bourbon Street last night and things got fuzzy. Now she’s covered in bruises and scratches. What happened? The honeymoon turns into a lurid psychosexual power struggle. And you’re sitting by the foot of the bed, watching. That’s “Green Eyes,’’ a Boston premiere of a late Tennessee Williams play, presented by Company One for audiences of 25 per show in a guest room at the Ames Hotel.