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Director Michael Wilson has made the rehabilitation of Tennessee Williams one of his missions.
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The one raw, disruptive performance is Ashley’s as Judith Fellowes, the leader of the Texas ladies. It’s the production’s glimpse of the real Tennessee Williams.
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Dana Delany chatted with Improper Bostonian about her long and varied career.
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A beautifully produced version of the Tennessee Williams classic about despair and unexpected love set in a seaside town in Mexico.
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A Ride on the Irish Cream has a manic absurdist bent but, like most satisfying plays, no matter how seemingly ridiculous, it is grounded in reality.
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The script and choreography embodied the textures and lyricism of the music.
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Michael Wilson directs standout A.R.T. cast in revival of Tennessee Williams’ last major play.
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The humanity, the kindness, and the empathy, which is what’s so desperately needed at this time in our world, is so full and potent in this play.
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"I like to do things that scare me," says Dana Delany, who knows all about the no-net tightrope act that is live theater. "And this scares me."
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This new one should be of considerable interest to Tennessee Williams admirers. And since the play has such glorious opportunities for actors, it’s good to see a cast with such outstanding credentials.
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