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Creative Writing

When I was in the fifth grade at St Mark’s School, before I ever had any kind of mental or emotional collapse, I and every other boy in my year had to write a novel. 1,930 more words

"A woman isn't really lonely, I mean terribly lonely, until she falls in love."

“A woman isn’t really lonely, I mean terribly lonely, until she falls in love. — (And then she’s alone on the desert — completely, completely alone!)” — excerpted from Tennessee Williams’ unpublished manuscript “The Night of the Zeppelin”


Way Way Throwback Thursday

A Streetcar Named Desire

Original Release: September 18th, 1951

Directed by: Elia Kazan

Written by: Tennessee Williams

Starring: Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, Karl Madden… 156 more words

❝ What on earth can you do on this earth but catch at whatever comes near you, with both your fingers, until your fingers are broken? ❞

—   Tennessee Williams, Orpheus Descending


11 Questions with the cast of A Streetcar Named Desire - Gillian Anderson

Gillian Anderson can be seen on stage at the Young Vic as Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire, here are her answers to our 11 Questions… 242 more words

Young Vic

WEEK 36 - The incompleteness of Statistics

I am:
A white (1) male (2) who is retired( 3) from teaching (4) and on a pension (5) who belongs to AARP (6) and is a church goer (7) of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (8) and will soon be on social security (9) and owns some lake property (10) where I fish (11) and use a gas outboard motor (12). 678 more words

Thoughts On Stuff

A 15 seconds video inspired by 'A Streetcar Named Desire'

This video lasts only 15 seconds because it was created to be uploaded on Instagram.

Some background:
The notes I’m playing are from Varsouviana, accompanying the play according to Tennessee Williams’ script. 49 more words