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A Streetcar Named Desire

Sometimes a production comes along that makes you rethink your preconceptions of a classic play, and in the case of Benedict Andrews’ A Streetcar Name...
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The Hotel Plays

It’s Tennessee Williams and somewhere between the delusion and negligees, opiates and bourbon, are characters haunted by what they are supposed to be,...
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The Fat Man’s Wife

The intimacy of Canal Café Theatre lends itself exquisitely to this one Act play by Tennessee Williams.  Written in 1938, when Williams was a mere 27 ...
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The Day Shall Declare It

On the 4th floor of 35 Marylebone High Street, we enter Tennessee Williams’ America and watch a woman (Annie Saunders—also directed and performed in T...