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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)

“What’s that smell in this room? Didn’t you notice it, Brick? Didn’t you notice a powerful and obnoxious odor of mendacity in this room?” – Big Daddy Pollitt (Burl Ives) 546 more words


The D4s Files – The Truth Is Out There (Part One)

Having been loaned a D4s by Nikon, to trial during the Edinburgh festival(s), I was keen to get it set up and do a couple of test shoots before taking it up there. 745 more words

Classicaly Amazing-- A Streetcar Named Desire

Today, we are going to take a trip back in time. Sounds great right? So, how about going back to an early May evening in the street of Elysian Fields just only so we can get the chance to meet Blanche, Stella and Stanley? 1,779 more words

All In All

Review: A Streetcar Named Desire (with Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster), Young Vic Theatre

I was going to start the review in some flippant way – Old Vic versus Young Vic, mine is bigger than yours, the fear of the theatre goer before the 3.5 hours production – but Benedict Andrews and company put a stop to all that. 731 more words


More from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - Tennessee Williams

Hello everyone! Since beginning this little blog I’ve noticed that many people come to my site looking for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof monologues. Well I’m nothing if not a giving person! 602 more words

Dramatic Monologues

Happy endings? The difference between American and English writers.

Always being a little bit unsatisfied. That’s very British.

Perhaps a little over emotional. It’s so American.

Are the stereotypical domineers of their people manifested in difference between the work produce either side of the pond? 354 more words

I suppose the worst part of being buried under the ground is not being able to breathe. Only I don’t  suppose you’ve ever had that feeling–not being able to catch your breath.

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