Jeanne Eagels and Siobhan McKenna show that there are many ways to write The Letter.
Peter Shaffer’s play is seen here for what it’s always been: a piece of lowbrow camp masquerading as highbrow art.
In one of her earliest film performances, already: “The girls got something!”
David and Cameron discuss some of the greatest comedic performances ever filmed.
The exceptionally fine acting in this film survives the test of time better than Albee’s play.
This sensational production streams for one week only on YouTube.
Nearly 70 years after its debut, A Streetcar Named Desire remains the greatest stage-to-screen adaptation of all time.
More on the Williams’ classic, this time a 1995 TV adaptation, derived from a Broadway revival.
Continuing our discussion of Tennessee Williams great play with this 1984 version for TV.
Director Benedict Andrews’ attempt to update Tennessee Williams’ great play misfires spectacularly.