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Chris & Don: A Love Story (Tina Macara and Guido Santi, 2007)

 Chris & Don: A Love Story (Tina Macara and Guido Santi, 2007) explores the relationship between Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy and is a film everyone who sees it will have a lot to say about: the thirty-year difference in age; the enormous gap in social class; the equally wide gap in artistic achievement. 862 more words


“Don’t you just love those long rainy afternoons in New Orleans when an hour isn’t just an hour – but a little piece of eternity dropped into your hands – and who knows what to do with it?” 10 more words


Tennessee Williams Movie in the Works at Broad Green

Broad Green Pictures is developing a movie about iconic playwright Tennessee Williams, based on John Lahr’s book “Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh.”

Williams authored “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” “The Glass Menagerie,” “Sweet Bird of Youth” and “The Night of the Iguana.” 134 more words


Reflections on The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams was at pains to point out, is a memory play, playing tricks with time and place, but by casting a black actor as the ‘Gentleman Caller’ in the recent UK touring production its director Ellen McDougall  added a new dimension to the drama. 540 more words


Broad Green Pictures To Produce Biopic About Tennessee Williams

EXCLUSIVE: Broad Green Pictures just acquired an award-winning biography of Thomas Lanier “Tennessee” Williams as the basis of a biopic on the legendary playwright. Williams’ plays —  399 more words

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Variegation, difference and other matters

It is now decidedly Autumn. The leaves are about all turned or already fallen off their branches. The pavements have that irritating layer of sodden, rotting leaves. 1,453 more words


Dim and Dimmer


Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, Tuesday 10th November, 2015


Headlong’s production of Tennessee Williams’s 1940s play curiously sheds light by keeping us in the dark. 458 more words

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