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.
David and Cameron finish up their survey of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with a look at some memorable productions.
Continuing David and Cameron’s overview of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with a look at the famous Elizabeth Taylor / Paul Newman film version.
David and Cameron continue their exploration of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with a 1984 television adaptation starring Jessica Lange and Rip Torn.
REVIEW: When Fringe Meets the American Canon (Part II: And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens)
EgoPo Theatre makes a welcome return to Tennessee Williams’ with this fascinating dramaticule.
But director Austin Pendleton’s production too often makes this world grotesque.
Tennessee Williams’ wrote his female characters with compassion—why can’t the director see it?
I disagree with many of Sam Gold’s directorial ideas—yet I’ve never seen a production that feels so devastatingly right.