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Tennessee Williams

Firstly, originally Williams was my first choice for this project–just for the simple fact that I have not ever read any of (to my memory) his work. 102 more words

Tennessee Williams

I, unfortunately, did not know who Tennessee Williams was prior to reading the Wiki. It was interesting to read how he lived in St. Louis and attended Mizzou. 180 more words

Response to Tennessee William's Wiki

After reviewing most of the wikis I found Tennessee William’s to be one of the more interesting ones. I found it interesting that he moved to St. 198 more words

Something Unspoken / Suddenly Last Summer

I went to see this Tennessee Williams double bill at RADA, performed by students in the Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre. The two plays were originally performed together, opening in 1958 as a two-part production entitled… 148 more words


A Time for Departure

A Time for Departure was a series of three short Tennessee Williams plays, directed by Séamus Newham and performed at Pentameters Theatre in Hampstead. The Case of the Crushed Petunias… 90 more words


'A Streetcar Named Desire' Was a First Stop for Many Top Stars

Variety declared “A Streetcar Named Desire,” which opened Dec. 3, 1947, “a smash success.” That was an understatement. The Tennessee Williams play became a hit on Broadway, on the road, and in its 1951 film adaptation; it won the Pulitzer and became a staple of American theater, making the characters Stanley Kowalski and Blanche DuBois synonymous with sexy brutes and high-strung, fragile women, respectively. 387 more words