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Dancing with Speeches #39 For Keith

Another speech making day has arrived and the only speech I want to give is in my own voice. This week I head into the anniversary of my father’s death. 667 more words

THE GLASS MENAGERIE 玻璃動物園 by Tennessee Williams ~ Part 2

THE GLASS MENAGERIE 玻璃動物園 by Tennessee Williams ~ Part 2

Apologies as I was having electrical power failure for the whole day (Thursday, 22/09/2016) until 7.15 pm with partial restoration of one phase only! 370 more words


Follies Of God by James Grissom: Tennessee Williams on Edward Albee: Love and Love Denied

From Follies of God: Tennessee Williams and the Women of the Fog

By James Grissom (Knopf/Vintage)

“The love that I feel for Edward Albee extends far beyond his work,” Tenn told me, returning to the bed and leaning against a small pile of pillows. 36 more words




“I tried to leave you behind me, but I am more faithful than I intended to be.”

22 – 24 Sep 2016 (Thu – Sat) 228 more words


What set Edward Albee apart was the eloquence of his language, restoring the quintessential American wisecrack

Edward Albee, who died last week at the age of 88, arrived in the American theatre at just the right moment. When he came along, with The Zoo Story in 1960, Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams – the great post-war duo – had their best work behind them, and there were no apparent contenders. 782 more words


A Streetcar Named Desire - National Theatre Live

Może zacznę recenzję spektaklu Benedicta Andrewsa od wprowadzenia do fabuły sztuki Tramwaj zwany Pożądaniem, bo nie każdy musi znać dzieło Tennnessee Williamsa. Akcja rozgrywa się w gorącym Nowym Orleanie gdzie przyjeżdża Blanche DuBois (Gillian Anderson) by odwiedzić siostrę Stellę (Vanessa Kirby). 1,039 more words

A Streetcar Named Desire @ the Royal Exchange Theatre

A Streetcar Named Desire

By Tennessee Williams

Royal Exchange Theatre, 13 September 2016

The driving rain, the rollicking thunder, the flashing lightening, the dark Autumnal Manchester skyline, the pooled pavements where (no choice) you had to wade forward ankle-deep: all that was outside, a preamble (or so it seemed) to the main event. 310 more words

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