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REVIEW: The Glass Menagerie

Human Race Theatre is on a heck of a run this season.

Starting with a buoyant production of THE FULL MONTY followed by a classic retelling of the quintessential theatre chick-flick, STEEL MAGNOLIAS they seem to have refocused themselves this year. 534 more words

Review

Gracie Finley On Board in Spirit and Menagerie

Watermark Theatre is thrilled to announce the first casting news for the 2016 Summer Season. Company member Gracie Finley is to play the pivotal role of Madame Arcati in… 387 more words

On Stage

Time is the Longest Distance

Time is the longest distance between two places.”
– Tennessee Williams

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 5 February 2016
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Theatre as Autobiography: Director Mark Ramont Connects Tennessee Williams’s Life to “The Glass Menagerie”

Great American playwright Tennessee Williams was an unknown when The Glass Menagerie debuted on Broadway on March 31, 1945. Shortly after the production began, his world was transformed. 287 more words

Behind-the-Scenes

All cruel people describe themselves as paragons of frankness.

Tennessee Williams

Don’t they just. I am sure we all know people like this. Those who tell us that they are simply telling the truth, as they verbally eviscerate us.

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Thoughtful

Linda Marlowe to star in Tennessee Williams' In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel

Linda Marlowe is to star in a rare production of In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel, one of Tennessee Williams’ most daring and extraordinary plays. 476 more words

Theatre

The Boy I Never Kissed

One of my favorite things about being an adult is that I no longer want other peoples boyfriends.  During high school and college I didn’t give a shit if the boy I had a crush on had a girlfriend, I would still pursue him.  1,277 more words