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"A Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams

What to say about A Streetcar Named Desire?

It is impossible to ignore the voices of these characters. Even though you are constantly given some background noise that could easily take over, it simply does not work that way. 304 more words

Books

Belvoir Presents THE GLASS MENAGERIE

Beautiful reimagining of a classic

By Bradley Storer

The Glass Menagerie, the first great success of legendary American playwright Tennessee Williams, is a curious thing – not entirely a traditional naturalistic play nor an abstract lyrical Symbolist piece, it lives in the blurry division… 418 more words

Whats On

Tennessee Williams Festival Takes STL Back In Time

The first annual Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis took place last week in various locations in Grand Center and the Central West End. A celebration of the great American playwright who spent a significant part of his formative years in St. 1,612 more words

St Louis Theatre

Patterned and Paired

(This review appeared in the Spring 2016 Poetry London. This is a slightly longer version – by two bonus paragraphs – with a proofing error corrected. 1,721 more words

Reviews (some Antique)

Mr. Williams At the Watermark

Tennessee Williams wrote “The Glass Menagerie” – on this summer at the Watermark Theatre! Thomas Lanier “Tennessee” Williams III was an American playwright and author of many stage classics. 450 more words

Professional Theatre Network Of PEI

#nochillian and a weekend i will never forget

i was fortunate enough to see gillian anderson in a streetcar named desire at st. ann’s warehouse in brooklyn this past weekend. twice. truly a once in a lifetime experience and one that i will never forget. 435 more words

Gillian Anderson

Review: Suddenly Last Summer at Progress Theatre

Taking on any of Tennessee Williams’ complex, tragic female characters is a tall order for an actress, but you never would have known it watching Progress Theatre newcomer Rebecca Douglas last night. 351 more words

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