REVIEW: Pink Flamingos: The Rose Tattoo on Broadway (for Parterre Box)

Marisa Tomei in The Rose Tattoo on Broadway. (Photo by Joan Marcus)

Cameron Kelsall:  In the past year alone, we’ve been together to several rarities, including A Lovely Day for Creve Coeur and Small Craft Warnings.

David Fox: Absolutely! Williams’ has long been a passion of mine, especially his depiction of female characters who are habitually abandoned or disappointed by the men in their lives (and the women, too) and left to fend for themselves without many survival skills. Of course, we’re very familiar with the famous examples: Blanche DuBois, Maggie the Cat, Amanda and Laura Wingfield. But even the lesser works often reward us with Williams’ exquisitely nuanced portraiture and flashes of brilliant wit…

Read the full review at Parterre Box.

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