Showing posts with tag: Tennessee Williams

The Hotel Plays by Defibrillator

“Flee, Flee This Sad Hotel”: Tennessee Williams at the Langham Hotel and Pentameters Theatre

Tennessee Williams’s own wanderings ended in the plush Sunset Suite of the Hotel Elysée, but they’d started in flophouses and boarding rooms like this. Lauren Van Schaik Smith reviews two collections of short Tennessee Williams plays: one at Regent Street's Langham Hotel, the other at Hampstead's Pentameters Theatre. Read more →

Along The Mississippi River

The American roadtrip: a life-defining journey, racing along the desert highways to the leafy green of the National Parks or to the sky-scraping cities. It’s delighted writers and artists for generations  — we’ve all read the books, seen the films and heard the real-life adventures along Route 66, The Big Sur and the Blue Ridge Parkway. It’s all been done before.

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