To fans of Tennessee Williams, a flawed "Camino Real" is more welcome than none at all.
Reviving Tennessee Williams' problematical 1963 play "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore" is like bankrolling a political campaign.
The Wooster Group is less than scintillating in applying its patented blend of found-object rubbish and video art to Tennessee Williams' "Vieux Carre."
Hartford Stage is ambitiously showcasing Tennessee Williams' range with a two-evening program of eight one-act plays. The plays, directed by Hartford a.d. Michael Wilson, embrace both the sublime and…
After many years without an agreement with Actors' Equity, the late Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theater in Westport, Conn., has re-signed with Equity and will once again be mounting productions of…
Oh dear, oh dear. Where to begin? The first sign of trouble in the Pasadena Playhouse production of Tennessee Williams' gossamer memory play, "The Glass Menagerie," is John Iacovelli's gorgeous--but…
Narrator: Frank Langella, with Kim Hunter reading from Williams' notebooks.
This Ray Stark production is rich in talents. Performances by Richard Burton, Ava Gardner and Deborah Kerr are superlative in demanding roles. Direction by John Huston is resourceful and dynamic as…
Another helping from Tennessee Williams' seemingly inexhaustible closet of mixed-up southern skeletons is exposed here with only occasional flashes of cinematic power.
Spotting Jane Wyman as crippled Laura, Arthur Kennedy as her compassionate brother, Gertrude Lawrence as their frowzy mother and Kirk Douglas as the Gentleman Caller who unwittingly changes their…
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