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Review – Sweet Bird of Youth, Festival Theatre Chichester, 24th June 2017

When they write the history of 20th century American drama (they probably already have, actually) three names will stand out as being the greatest writers amongst them: Eugene O’Neill, Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams. 1,365 more words

Chris Sparkle

Előadások, helyek

Ez a hétvége olyan jól sikerült, hogy ma pizsmanapot tartottam hogy az előző napok élményei tudjanak ülepedni. A kórházzal kapcsolatban vannak még fenntartásaim, és majd meglátjuk hogy idővel megszokok vagy megszökök, de az tagadhatatlan hogy Wexfordban élni jó. 631 more words

Telling a Story of Illusions

We had nothing planned for Saturday night but glimpsed an ad in The Globe, that there was seating availability for Streetcar Named Desire at the Four Seasons Opera Hall. 759 more words

Sweet Bird of Youth

This late 50’s Tennessee Williams play started out as a one-act, two-character piece, until he bolted on another play called Pink Bedroom to form the second act. 413 more words


Tennessee Williams Had Boundary Problems!

Yes he did!  For example, read this thoughtful and provocative wisdom that flowed from his heart, “Nobody sees anybody truly but all through the flaws of their own egos. 685 more words

Poetry And Prose

Katharine Hepburn on SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER: Guess and Fly

Interview with Katharine Hepburn

Conducted by James Grissom

New York City/Turtle Bay


I didn’t understand that woman at all. . Not at all. I don’t need to. 70 more words


Night of the Iguana (1964)

I probably knew more about what went on behind the scenes of this John Huston production then anything that actually happened in the film. Therefore I thought it was about time I corrected that and watched it for the first time and immediately began wondering why the hell it took me so long to finally do just that. 821 more words

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