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(1967) Book: "Hard Candy: A Book of Stories" (New York: New Directions Publishing Corp. ISBN 0811202216)

(1975) Novel: "Moise and the World of Reason" (New York: Simon & Schuster, ISBN 0671219820)

(1994) Book: "Collected Stories (A New Directions Book)" (New York: New Directions Publishing Corp., ISBN 0811212696)

(2002) Book: "Collected Poems" (New York: New Directions Publishing Corp., ISBN 0811215083)

Playwright: "Camino Real"

(6/19/71) Television: Appeared on the NBC talk show program "The Irv Kupcinet Show" (1953). Guests included Williams; Charles Evers, mayor of Fayette, Miss; Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich); Jerry Bruno discussing his campaign work with Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy; actress Carolyn Jones; film director Frank Capra; Vietnam veteran John O'Neill (an advocate of American involvement in Indochina); and author Herman Raucher ("Summer of '42"). This was a 90-minute program.

(1959) Stage: Wrote "Sweet Bird of Youth", produced on Broadway. Drama. Incidental music by Paul Bowles. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Anna Hill Johnstone. Costumes for Miss Page created by Theoni V. Aldredge. Assistant Scenic Design: Hugh Hardy. Associate Designer to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey. Directed by Elia Kazan. Martin Beck Theatre: 10 Mar 1959-30 Jan 1960 (375 performances). Cast: Sidney Blackmer (as "Boss Finley"), Paul Newman (as "Chance Wayne"), Geraldine Page (as "Princess Kosmonopolis"), Martine Bartlett, Kenneth Blake, Hilda Brawner, Bruce Dern (as "Stuff"), Duke Farley, Ron Harper, Diana Hyland (as "Heavenly Finney"), James Jeter, Monica May, Charles McDaniel, John Napier, Logan Ramsey, Patricia Ripley, Madeleine Sherwood, Glenn Stensel, Earl Sydnor, Rip Torn (as "Tom Junior"), Charles Tyner, Milton J. Williams. Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Understudy: M'el Dowd (as "Princess Kosmonopolis"). NOTE: Filmed as Sweet Bird of Youth (1962), Sweet Bird of Youth (1989) (TV).

(1977) Playwright: "The Red Devil Battery Sign"

Playwright: "Ten Blocks on the Camino Real" (filmed as Ten Blocks on the Camino Real (1966) (TV))

Playwright: "Hello From Bertha"

Playwright: "Talk To Me Like the Rain"

Playwright: "Bourbon Street Blues" (filmed as Bourbon Street Blues (1979))

Playwright: "The Strangest Kind of Romance"

Playwright: "Night of the Iguana" (filmed as The Night of the Iguana (1964), The Night of the Iguana (2000))

Playwright: "The Yellow Bird"

Playwright: "The Glass Menagerie" (filmed as CBS Playhouse: The Glass Menagerie (1966) (TV), The Glass Menagerie (1973) (TV), The Glass Menagerie (1977) (TV), The Glass Menagerie (1950), The Glass Menagerie (1987))

Playwright: "Suddenly Last Summer" (filmed as Suddenly, Last Summer (1959), "Great Performances: Suddenly, Last Summer (#21.10)" (1993))

Playwright: "A Streetcar Named Desire" (filmed as A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), A Streetcar Named Desire (1984) (TV), A Streetcar Named Desire (1995) (TV))

(1951) Stage: Wrote "The Rose Tattoo", produced on Broadway. Drama. Incidental music by David Diamond. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Rose Bogdanoff. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Directed by Daniel Mann. Martin Beck Theatre: 3 Feb 1951-27 Oct 1951 (306 performances). Cast: Maureen Stapleton (as "Serafina Delle Rose"), Eli Wallach (as "Alvaro Mangiacavallo"), Martin Balsam (as "Man"), Daisy Belmore (as "The Strega"), Robert Carricart (as "Father De Leo"; final Broadway role), Andrew Duggan (as "Doctor"; Broadway debut), Nancy Franklin (as "Teresa"), Jane Hoffman (as "Flora"), Eddie Hyans (as "Salesman'), Dorrit Kelton (as "Miss Yorke"), Phyllis Love (as "Rosa Delle Rose"), Augusta Merighi (as "Peppina"), Sal Mineo (credited as Savatore Mineo; as "Salvatore"; Broadway debut), Don Murray (as "Jack Hunter"; Broadway debut), Vivian Nathan (as "Violetta"), Judy Ratner (as "Vivi"), Rossana San Marco (as "Giuseppina"), Penny Santon (as "Mariella"), Sonia Sorel (as "Estelle Hohengarten"), David Stewart (as "Man"), Florence Sundstrom (as "Bessie"), Salvatore Taormina (as "Bruno"), Ludmila Toretzka (as "Assunta"). NOTE: Filmed as The Rose Tattoo (1955).

(1968) Stage: Wrote "The Seven Descents of Myrtle", produced on Broadway. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Jane Greenwood. Directed by José Quintero. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 27 Mar 1968- 20 Apr 1968 (29 performances + 2 previews that began on 25 Mar 1968). Cast: Brian Bedford (as "Lot"), Harry Guardino (as "Chicken"), Estelle Parsons (as "Myrtle"). Produced by David Merrick. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff.

Playwright: "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore" (filmed as Boom! (1968))

(????) Playwright: "This Property Is Condemned" (filmed as This Property Is Condemned (1966), "Kraft Theatre: Three Plays by Tennessee Williams: Moony's Kid Don't Cry/The Last of My Solid Gold Watches/This Property Is Condemned (#11.27)" (1958))

(1960). Stage Play: Period of Adjustment. Written by Tennessee Williams. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by George Roy Hill. Helen Hayes Theatre: 10 May 1960- 4 Mar 1961 (132 performances + 2 previews). Cast: Barbara Baxley, James Daly, Robert Webber, Lester Mack, Rosemary Murphy, Nancy Pollock, Helen Martin (as "Maude Carter"), Charles McDaniel. Produced by Cheryl Crawford. Note: Filmed by Marten Pictures [distributed by MGM] as Period of Adjustment (1962).

Playwright: "Summer and Smoke" (filmed as Summer and Smoke (1961))

(1957) Stage: Wrote "Orpheus Descending", produced on Broadway. Drama. Incidental music by Chuck Wayne. Incidental music arranged by John Mehegan. Music for "Heavenly Grass" by Paul Bowles. Lyrics for "Heavenly Grass" by Tennessee Williams. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Lighting Design by A.H. Feder. Directed by Harold Clurman. Martin Beck Theatre: 21 Mar 1957-18 May 1957 (68 performances). Cast: R.G. Armstrong (as "Sheriff Talbott"), Virgilia Chew (as "Nurse Porter"), David Clarke (as "Dog Hamma"), Crahan Denton (as "Jabe Torrance"), Elizabeth Eustis (as "Dolly Hamma"), Mary Farrell (as "Sister Temple"), Nell Harrison (as "Eva Temple"), Albert Henderson (as "1st Man"), Warren J. Kemmerling (as "Pee Wee Binnings"), John Marriott (as "Uncle Pleasant"), Janice Mars (as "Woman"), Cliff Robertson (as "Val Xavier"), Joanna Roos (as Vee Talbott"), Jane Rose (as "Beulah Binnings"), Lois Smith (as "Carol Cutrere"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Lady Torrance"), Beau Tilden (as "Mr. Dubinsky"), Charles Tyner (as "2nd Man"), Robert Webber (as "David Cutrere"). Produced by The Producers Theatre and Robert Whitehead. NOTE: Filmed as Orpheus Descending (1990) (TV), The Fugitive Kind (1960).

(1955) Stage: Wrote "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", produced on Broadway. Drama. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Assistant Designer to Jo Mielziner: John Harvey. Assistant to Lucinda Ballard: Florence Klotz. Directed by Elia Kazan. Morosco Theatre: 24 Nov 1955-17 Nov 1956 (695 performances). Cast: Barbara Bel Geddes (as "Maggie"), Burl Ives (as "Big Daddy"), Mildred Dunnock (as "Big Mama"), Ben Gazzara (as "Brick"), R.G. Armstrong (as "Dr. Baugh"), Janice Dunn, Seth Edwards (as "Sonny"), Maxwell Glanville, Pauline Hahn (as "Dixie"), Pat Hingle (as "Gooper / Brother Man"), Brownie McGhee, Darryl Richard, Madeleine Sherwood, Eva Vaughn Smith, Fred Stewart (as "Rev. Tooker"), Sonny Terry, Musa Williams. Produced by The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Robert Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, Roger L. Stevens, John F. Wharton). NOTE: Filmed as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1984) (TV), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1976) (TV)

Playwright: "Let Me Listen"

Playwright: "I Can't Imagine Tomorrow"

Playwright: "Eccentricities of a Nightingale" (filmed as "Great Performances: Eccentricities of a Nightingale" (1976))

(????) Playwright: "Mooney's Kid Don't Cry" (filmed as "Kraft Theatre: Three Plays by Tennessee Williams: Moony's Kid Don't Cry/The Last of My Solid Gold Watches/This Property Is Condemned (#11.27)" (1958))

Playwright: "A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur"

Playwright: "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" (filmed as The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961), The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003) (TV))

Playwright: "Not About Nightingales".

(1971) Stage: Wrote "The Glass Menagerie," performed at the Greenwich Theatre in England with Helen Cherry and Steven Berkoff.

(1974) Stage: Wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire," performed at London's Piccadilly Theatre with Claire Bloom, Martin Shaw, Joss Ackland. Directed by Edwin Sherin.

(1978) Stage: Wrote "Vieux Carre," performed at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Sylvia Miles, Karl Johnson, Di Trevis, Rich Kane, Betty Hardy, Jonathan Kent. Directed by Keith Hack.

(1991) Stage: Wrote "The Rose Tattoo," performed at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England, with Julie Walters CBE, Kent Stott and Patricia Hayes OBE. Directed by Sir Peter Hall CBE.

(1969) Stage: Wrote "The Rose Tattoo," performed at the Ivanhoe Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Rita Moreno (Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Guest Artist) and directed by George Keathley (Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Director).

(1973) Stage: Wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire," performed at the Ivanhoe Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with, James Broderick and Rochelle Oliver, directed by George Keathley.

(1973) Stage: Wrote "Suddenly Last Summer," performed at the Ivanhoe Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Katharine Houghton, Allen Carlsen and Sylvia Sidney. Directed by George Keathley.

(1975) Stage: Wrote "Sweet Bird of Youth," performed at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Christopher Walken and Irene Worth. Directed by Edwin Sherin. Costume design by Laura Crow. Lighting Design by Lowell Achiziger.

(1977) Stage: Wrote "The Glass Menagerie," performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, IL. Cast included Owen Sullivan.

(1978) Stage: Wrote "The Night of the Iguana," performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Cast and crew included Robert Thompson and Joseph Nieminski (also scenic designer).

(1979) Stage: Wrote "The Glass Menagerie," performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Cast included Anne Edwards, Laurie Metcalf and Terry Kinney.

(1982) Stage: Wrote "The Glass Menagerie," performed at the Northlight Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Tom Irwin.

(1992) Stage: Wrote "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Zebra Crossing Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Adrianne Curry in the cast.

(1994) Stage: Wrote "The Night of the Iguana," performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Cherry Jones and Will Petersen in the cast. The crew included Loy Arcenas (scenic designer), James F. Ingalls (lighting designer), and Richard Woodbury (sound designer).

(1995) Stage: Wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire," performed at the Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Rebecca Jordan in the cast. Louis Contey was scenic designer.

(1996) Stage: Wrote "The Glass Menagerie," performed at the Raven Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, with Larry Grimm in the cast. Michael Menendian was scenic designer.

(1997) Stage: Wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire," performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Laila Robins in the cast. The crew included Kevin Rigdon (lighting designer) and Rob Milburn (sound designer).

(1998) Stage: Wrote "The Glass Menagerie," performed at the Writers Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Jennifer Friedman in the cast.

(2000) Stage: Wrote "Suddenly Last Summer," performed at the Eclipse Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with Janelle Snow in the cast.

(2001) Stage: Wrote "Not About Nightingales," performed at the TimeLine Theatre Company in Chicago, IL, with David Parkes and Marco Verna in the cast. Joe Kazmierski was lighting designer.

(2003) Stage: His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Alyssa Bresnahan in the cast.

(2005) Stage: His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Raven Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois with Mike Vieau and Liz Fletcher in the cast. The crew included Michael Menendian (director and scenic designer) and Leif Olsen (scenic designer).

(2006) Stage: His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Gift Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Jayce Ryan in the cast. Marc Stubblefield was lighting designer.

(2008) Stage: His play, "The Night of the Iguana," was performed at the Raven Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. The crew included Michael Menendian and Leif Olsen (scenic designers) and Peter J. Storms (sound designer).

(2008) Stage: His play, "Suddenly Last Summer," was performed at the Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Kevin Hagan (scenic designer), Cybele Moon (costume designer) and Mike Tutaj (sound designer) in the crew.

(1975) Stage: His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre in Liverpool, Merseyside, England with Natasha Parry, Tom Chadbon, Jenny Oulton and Philip Guard in the cast. David Kelsey was director.

(1973) Stage: Wrote "Out Cry", produced on Broadway. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Sandy Cole. Directed by Peter Glenville [final Broadway credit]. Lyceum Theatre: 1 Mar 1973-10 Mar 1973 (12 performances + 1 preview). Cast: Cara Duff-MacCormick(as "Clare"), Michael York (as "Felice"). Understudy: James Keach (as "Felice"). Produced by David Merrick Arts Foundation and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

(1956) Stage: His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Library Theatre in Manchester, England with Rosalie Williams, John Franklyn Robbins and Marah Stohl in the cast. David Scase was director.

(1956) Stage: His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was played as "La Chatte Sur Un Toit Brulant," at the Theatre Antoine in Paris, France with Jeanne Moreau, Paul Guers, Antoine Balpetre, Georges Sellier, Monique Melinand and 'Maurice Dorleac' in the cast. Peter Brook was director.

(1958) Stage: His plays, "Suddenly Last Summer" and "Something Unspoken," known as "The Garden District," were performed at the Arts Theatre Club in London, England with Beatrix Lehmann, Beryl Measor, David Cameron, Philip Bond in the cast. Herbert Machez was director. Ned Rorem was composer.

(1957) Stage: His play, "Camino Real," was performed at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England with James Wood (as "Don Quixote"), Ronald Barker (as "Sancho Panza"), Hazel Hughes (as "Prudence"), Harry Andrews (as "Casanova"), Eileen Way, Freda Jackson, James Bree, Denholm Elliott, Gordon Gostelow, Elizabeth Seal (as "Esmeralda"), Lally Bowers, Diana Wynyard (as "Marguerite Gautier") and Robert Hardy (as "Byron") in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

(1950) Stage: Wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire", produced on Broadway. Drama (revival). Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Directed by Elia Kazan. City Center: 23 May 1950-unknown (16 performances). Cast: Jorja Curtright (as "Stella Kowalski"), Arny Freeman, Uta Hagen (as "Blanche Du Bois"), Harry Kersey, Wright King (as "Young Collector"), George Mathews, Eulabelle Moore, Anthony Quinn (as "Stanley Kowalski"), Peggy Rea, Edna Thomas. Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick.

(1958) Stage: His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Kim Stanley, Paul Massie and Leo McKern in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

(1959) Stage: His play, "I Rise in Flame, Cried the Phoenix," was performed at the ANTA Assembly Theatre in London, England with Alfred Ryder, Viveca Lindfors and Rosemary Harris in the cast.

(1962) Stage: His play, "A Period of Adjustment," was performed at the Royal Court Theatre in an English Stage Company production with Bernard Braden, Colin Wilcox, Carmen Munroe and Neil McCallum in the cast. Roger Graef was director.

(1967) Stage: His play, "The Eccentricities of a Nightingale," was performed at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, Surrey, England with Sian Phillips, Patrick Barr, Kevin Colson and Elspeth March in the cast. Philip Wiseman was director. Stefano Lazardis was designer.

(2008-2009) Stage: His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago, IL. Shelley Strasser Holland was lighting designer.

(2001) Stage: His play, "Stairs to the Roof," was performed in a Chichester Festival Production at the Minerva Studio Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England, with Aidan McArdle, Tom Hodgkins, Sven Pannell, Sam Kenyon, Mark Heenehan, Catherine Walker, Bohdan Poraj, Joanne McQuinn, Jane Cameron and Andrew Melville in the cast. Lucy Bailey was director.

(2000) Stage: His play, "Orpheus Descending," was performed at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, England, with Helen Mirren, Sandra Dickinson, Tom Hunsinger, Saskia Reeves, Janet Henfrey, Julia Swift, Richard Durden, William Hootkins and Martin Potter in the cast. Nicholas Hytner was director.

(1988) Stage: His play, "Orpheus Descending," was performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England, with Vanessa Redgrave, Paul Freeman, Julie Covington, Jean-Marc Barr, Margery Mason, Miriam Margolyes and Carol Gillies in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

(2009-2010 Season) Stage: His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Writers' Theatre in Chicago, IL, with Natasha Lowe and Stacy Stoltz in the cast. David Cromer was director.

Spoken word recording: "Tennessee Williams Reading" (Caedmon Records)

(1971) Stage: Wrote "The Glass Menagerie," performed at the Greenwich Theatre in Greenwich, London, England, with Helen Cherry and Steven Berkoff in the cast.

(1973) Stage: Wrote "Small Craft Warnings," performed at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Elaine Stritch, Peter Jones, George Pravda, Edward Judd and Frances de la Tour in the cast. Vivian Matalon was director.

(1974) Stage: Wrote "A Streetcar Named Desire," performed at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England, with Claire Bloom, Martin Shaw and Joss Ackland in the cast. Edwin Sherin was director.

(1988) Stage: Wrote "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," performed in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England, with Lindsay Duncan, Ian Charleson, Alison Steadman, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Eric Porter and Henry Goodman in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

(2010-2011) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Raven Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with John Steinhagen in the cast. Ray Toler was scenic designer. Katherine M. Chavez was sound designer.

(2010-2011) His play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," was performed at the Artistic Home Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Kathy Scambiatterra in the cast. Jeff Glass was lighting designer.

(October 1985) His play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," was performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Lauren Bacall, James Grout, Frances Cuka, Brenda Peters, David Cunningham, Geraldine Alexander, Colin Reese, and Simon Rouse in the cast. Harold Pinter was director.

(July 1985) His play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," was performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Lauren Bacall, James Grout, Frances Cuka, Alice Drummind, Simon Rouse, Geraldine Alexander, Colin Reese, and Michael Beck in the cast. Harold Pinter was director.

(1985) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Greenwich Theatre in Greenwich, London, England with Constance Cummings, Gerard Murphy, Toria Fuller, and Michael J. Shannon in the cast.

(1989) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester, England with Linus Roache, Avril Elgar, Geraldine Somerville, and Adrian Rawlins in the cast. Ian Hastings was director.

(2011-2012 Season) His play, "Camino Real," was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Calixto Bielto and Marc Rosich were the stage adapters. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer.

(2011-2012 Season) His play, "Orpheus Descending," was performed at the Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Eileen Niccolai in the cast.

(2012-2013 Season) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Mary-Arcchie Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Walter Briggs and Joanne Dubach in the cast. Daniel Knox composed original incidental music.

(February 24, 2005 - July 3, 2005) "The Glass Menagerie," dramatic revival, written by Tennessee Williams, directed by David Leveaux, with Jessica Lange (portraying The Mother, Amanda Wingfield); Josh Lucas (portraying The Gentleman Caller, Jim O'Connor); Sarah Paulson (portraying The Daughter, Laura Wingfield); and Christian Slater (portraying The Son, Tom Wingfield); on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. (149 total performances, including 29 previews beginning February 24, 2005)

(2001) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed in a Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jobeth Williams, Bruce French, K Callan, Philip Casnoff, Dakin Matthews, Misty Cotton, Zilah Mendoza, Winston Rocha, Jennifer Williams, Charlie Dell, Marsha Kramer, and Michael Weston in the cast. Steve Albrezzi was director.

(2003) His play, "The Night of the Iguana" was performed in a Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Lou Antonio, Ernest Figueroa, Bonnie Franklin, Harold Gould, Jackee Harry, Marsha Kramer, Eric Lange, and Rosemary Morgan in the cast. Jenny Sullivan was director.

(2006) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with Michael Learned, William Atherton, Monette Magrath, and Jeremy Peter Johnson in the cast. Michael E. Gross was director.

(1991) His play, "The Rose Tattoo, was performed at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England with Julie Walters, Ken Stott, and Patricia Hayes in the cast. Peter Hall was director.

(1996) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed in a Peter Hall Company production at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Jessica Lange, Sandra Dickinson, Toby Stephens, Christian Burgess, and Imogen Stubbs in the cast.

(1997) His play, "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Rupert Everett (played Flora Goforth), Jane Bertish, and David Foxxe in the cast. Philip Prowse was director.

(1999) His play, "Baby Doll" was performed at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in Birmingham, West Midlands, England with Charlotte Emerson, Tom Mannion, Jonathan Cake, John Marquez, and Lucy Bailey in the cast.

(1992) His play, "The Night of the Iguana," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Alfred Molina, Eileen Atkins, Robin Bailey, and Frances Barber in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

(1994) His play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Clare Higgins, Richard Pasco, and Robert Knepper in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

(2002) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Glenn Close, Iain Glen, Essie Davis, and Robert Pastorelli in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(2001) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Brendan Fraser, Frances O'Connor, Ned Beatty, Gemma Jones, Clive Carter, and Abigail McKern in the cast. Anthony Page was director.

(2004) Moises Kaufman and his play, "One Arms," was performed at the Steppenwolf Downstairs Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Reynaldo Rosales, John McAdams, Jason Denuszek, Michael Stahl-David, Joe Van Slyke, and David Parkes in the cast. Moises Kaufman was also director.

(2005) His play, "The Night of the Iguana," was performed at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Woody Harrelson, Clare Higgins, Jenny Seagrove, and Nichola McAuliffe in the cast. Anthony Page was director.

(2006) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with Rosamund Pike, Chris Carmack, Sebastian Abineri, David Killick, Christopher Ravenscroft, Angela Down, and Kate O'Toole in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

(2001-2002) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed in the first inaugural Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jobeth Williams, Bruce French, K Callan, Philip Casnoff, Dakin Matthews, Misty Cotton, Zilah Mendoza, Winston Rocha, Jennifer Williams, Charlie Dell, Marsha Kramer, and Michael Weston in the cast. Steve Albrezzi was director.

(2003)-2004 His play, "The Night of the Iguana" was performed in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Lou Antonio, Ernest Figueroa, Bonnie Franklin, Harold Gould, Jackee Harry, Marsha Kramer, Eric Lange, and Rosemary Morgan in the cast. Jenny Sullivan was director.

(2003-2004) His play, "The Night of the Iguana," was performed in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Lou Antonio, Ernest Figueroa, Bonnie Franklin, Harold Gould, Jackee Harry, Marsha Kramer, Eric Lange, and Rosemary Morgan in the cast. Jenny Sullivan was director.

(2006-2007) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with Michael Learned, William Atherton, Monette Magrath, and Jeremy Peter Johnson in the cast. Michael E. Gross was director.

(2014-2015) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Pico Playhouse and the Broad Stage in Los Angeles, California with Leith Burke, Chris Butler, Tracey A. Leigh, and Hattie Winston in the cast. Jenny Sullivan was director.

(2014-2015 Season) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed at the Shattered Globe Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Eileen Niccolai and Nic Grelli in the cast. Sarah Ross was scenic designer.

(2014-2015 Season) His play, "Vieux Carre," was performed at the Raven Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Will Casey and JoAnn Montemurro in the cast. Ray Toler was scenic designer.

(1952) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Dana Andrews, June Walker, Walter Matthau, and Mary Todd in the cast.

(1973) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Eva Marie Saint, Ronny Cox, and Linda Kelsey in the cast.

(1975) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Sandy Dennis and David Selby in the cast.

(1976) His play, "The Eccentricities of a Nightingale," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Betsy Palmer and David Selby in the cast.

(1981) His play, "Battle of Angels," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with John Ritter, Nancy Morgan, and Jill O'Hara in the cast.

(December 27, 1944) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Civic Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Laurette Taylor (Amanda Wingfield); Eddie Dowling (Tom Wingfield); Julie Haydon (Laura Wingfield); and Anthony Ross (Gentleman caller) in the cast. Claudia Cassidy reviewed this production for the Chicago Tribune.

(September 23, 1948) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Harris Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Eulabelle Moore (African American woman); Peggy Rea (Eunice Hubbel); Anthony Quinn (Stanley Kowalski); Russell Hardie (Harold "Mitch" Mitchell); Mary Welch (Stella Kowalski); Harry Kersey (Steve Hubbel); Uta Hagen (Blanche Dubois); Arny Freeman (Pablo Gonzalez); Wright King (a young collector); Sidonia Kapero (Mexican woman); Angela Jacobs (strange woman); and Arthur Row (strange man) in the cast. Jo Mielziner was scenic designer. Elia Kazan was director. Harold Clurman was tour director.

(February 1951) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed on Broadway in New York City.

(December 29, 1950) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed at the Erlanger Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Maureen Stapleton (Serafina Delle Rose); Eli Wallach (Alvarro Mangiacavallo); Phyliss Love (Rose Delle Rose); Don Murray (Jack Hunter); Ludmilla Toretzka (Assunta); Sonia Sorel (Estelle Hohengarten); Eddie Hyans (salesman); Andrew Duggan (doctor); Theo Goetz (Father De Leo); Daisy Belmore (The Strega); Rossana San Marco (Giusepina); Jane Hoffman (Flora) and Florence Sundstrom (Bessie) in the cast. Boris Aronson was scenic designer. David Diamond was composer. Daniel Mann was director.

(1966-1967) His play, "Eccentricities of a Nightingale," was performed in a Repertory Company Theatre production at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Dolores Sutton in the cast.

(March 31, 1967) HIs play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Ivanhoe Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Mercedes McCambridge in the cast.

(1966) His play, "Slapstick Tragedy," was performed in Chicago, Illinois.

(1965) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed on Broadway in New York City. George Keathley was director.

(1968) He adapted the novel, "The Kingdom of the Earth," retitled as "The Seven Descents of Myrtle" in Chicago, Illinois.

(1963) His play, "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Any More," was performed in Chicago, Illinois.

(1967) His play, "The Two Character Play," was performed in Chicago, Illinois.

(1969) His play, "In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel," was performed in Chicago, Illinois.

(July 1971-August 22, 1971) His plays, "Out Cry," and "Two Character Play," was performed at the Ivanhoe Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Eileen Herlie (sister) and Donald Madden (brother) in the cast. George Keathley was producer and director. Aaron Gold was public relations.

(1956) His play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," was performed at the Studio M Theater in Miami, Florida. George Keathley was director.

(1969) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed at the Ivanhoe Theater in Chicago, Illinois. George Keathley was director.

(January 4, 1970) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Ivanhoe Theater in Chicago, Illinois. George Keathley was director.

(February 1965) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed at the Tappan Zee Playhouse in Nyack, New York. George Keathley was director.

(June 25, 1964) His play, "Eccentricities of a Nightingale," was performed at the Tappan Zee Playhouse in Nyack, New York. George Keathley was director.

(May 18, 1979 to June 24, 1979) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Steppenwolf Theatre, Highland Park, Illinois with John Malkovich (Tom Wingfield); Anne Edwards (Amanda Wingfield); Laurie Metcalf (Laura Wingfield); and Terry Kinney (gentleman caller) in the cast. H.E. Baccus was director. Kevin Rigdon was lighting designer.

(1967-1968) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, California. Robert Goldsby was director.

(1970) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary and Marine Memorial Theatres in San Francisco, California. Louis Criss was director.

(1975-1976) His play, "This Is (An Entertainment)," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Allen Fletcher was director.

(1991-1992) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Warner Shook was director.

(1997-1998) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Richard Seyd was director.

(1996-1997) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.

(2001-2002) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(2005-2006) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Israel Hicks was director.

(1997) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary Theater in San Francisco, California.

(October 2, 2014-November 2, 2014) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Pittsburgh Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Lynne Wintersteller (Amanda Wingfield); Fisher Neal (Tom); Jordan Whalen (Jim O'Connor); and Cathryn Wake (Laura) in the cast. Pamela Berlin was director. Michael Schweikhardt was set designer.

(May 27, 1999 to June 27, 1999) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Eddie Gilbert was director. David Sumner was scenic designer. Dennis Parichy was assistant lighting designer.

(September 27, 1990 to November 4, 1990) His play, "The Night of the Iguana," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

(October 28, 1982 to December 12, 1982) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

(September 17, 1975 to October 12, 1975) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Amy Wright in the cast. Ben Shaktman was director.

(January 13, 1947) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Pauline Lord in the cast.

(September 27, 1948) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Ray Walston in the cast.

(March 28 to April 4, 1949) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed in a National Tour production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Uta Hagen (Blanche Dubois); Anthony Quinn (Stanley Kowalski); Russell Hardie; Mary Welch (Stella Kowalski); Eulabelle Moore; Peggy Rea; Harry Kersey; Arny Freeman; Wright King; Sidonie Espero; Angela Jacobs; and Arthur Row in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Lucinda Ballard was costume designer. Elia Kazan was director. Irene M. Selznick was producer.

(January 3, 1947) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in New York City and for 855 performances.

(January 14, 1952) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed at the Hanna Theatre in a National Tour production with Maureen Stapleton, Eli Wallach, Alfonso Cancelmo, Dorothy Estler, Salvatore Taormina, Ludmilla Toretzka, Sally Hester, Lila Paris, Georgia Simmons, Rossina San Marco, Pearl Somner, Augusta Merighi, Sybil Levenson, Martin Balsam, William Major, Dorrit Kelton, Connie Davis, Camila Ashland, Don Murray, Claude Akins, William Krot, and Bill Froelich in the cast. Boris Aronson was set designer. Rose Bogdanoff was costume designer. Daniel Mann was director. Cheryl Crawford was producer. David Diamond was composer.

(February 3, 1951) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York City for 306 performances.

(January 14, 1952) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed in a National Tour Production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Maureen Stapleton, Eli Wallach, Alfonso Cancelmo, Dorothy Estler, Salvatore Taormina, Ludmilla Toretzka, Sally Hester, Lila Paris, Georgia Simmons, Rossina San Marco, Pearl Somner, Augusta Merighi, Sybil Levenson, Martin Balsam, William Major, Dorrit Kelton, Connie Davis, Camila Ashland, Don Murray, Claude Akins, William Krot, and Bill Froelich in the cast. Boris Aronson was set designer. Rose Bogdanoff was costume designer. Daniel Mann was director. Cheryl Crawford was producer. David Diamond was composer.

(January 7 to 14, 1957) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed in a Playwrights Company production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Marjorie Steele (Maggie); Alex Nicol (Brick); Thomas Gomez (Big Daddy); Maxwell Glanville; Musa Williams; Madeleine Sherwood; John Anderson; Mary Bell; Gerri Hollis; Jeffrey Anderson; Bonny Hollis; Murray Bennett; Will Hussung; Eva Vaughn Smith; Brownie McGhee; and Sonny Terry in the cast. Jo Mielziner was set designer. Lucinda Ballard was costume designer. Elia Kazan was director.

(March 24, 1955) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Morosco Theatre in New York City for 694 performances.

(1961) His play, "Period of Adjustment," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Dane Clark and Rosemary Murphy in the cast. John Lehne was director.

(1965) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with George Grizzard, Pat Hingle, Piper Laurie and Maureen Stapleton in the cast. George Keathley was director.

(1971) His play, "Period of Adjustment," was performed at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Wililam Shatner, William Mooney and Gloria Maddox in the cast. William Shatner was also director.

(August 1975) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Sandy Dennis in the cast.

(July 1976) His play, "The Eccentricities of a Nightingale," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Betsy Palmer and David Selby in the cast.

(April 10 to May 6, 1951) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Alan Schneider was director.

(February 9, 1954) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Alan Schneider was director.

(March 19, 1957) Sean O'Casey's play, "Bedtime Story;" his play, "Portrait of a Madonna;" and George Bernard Shaw's play, "Man of Destiny," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. John O'Shaughnessy was director.

(November 18, 1958) William Saroyan's play, "Once Around The Block;" his play, "The Purification;" and Arthur Miller's play, "A Memory of Two Mondays," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. John O' Shaughnessy was director.

(February 3 to March 12, 1978) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at The Arena Stage Theatre production in Washington D.C. Marshall W. Mason was director.

(October 6 to November 26, 1989) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Tazewell Thompson was director.

(March 12 to April 18, 1993) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at The Fichlander Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. Kyle Donnelly was director.

(September 11 to October 18, 1998) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed in The Arena Stage Theatre production at the Fichlander Theater in Washington D.C. Molly Smith was director.

(March 30 to May 6, 2001) His play, "A Streecar Named Desire," was performed in The Arena Stage production at the Fichlander Theater in Washington D.C. Janos Szasz was director.

(May 14 to September 27, 2004) His play, "Orpheus Descending," was performed in The Arena Stage production at the Kreeger Theater in Washington D.C. Molly Smith was director.

(March 20 to April 28, 1973) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed in the 25th Anniversary Production at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jon Voight, Faye Dunaway and Earl Holliman in the cast. James Bridges was director.

(December 19, 1975 to January 31, 1976) His play, "The Night of the Iguana," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Richard Chamberlain, Dorothy McGuire, Raymond Massey and Eleanor Parker in the cast. Joseph Hardy was director.

(December 5, 1986 to January 25, 1987) His play, "Sweet Bird of Youth," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Lauren Bacall in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.

(February 19 to April 10, 1988) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Christopher Reeve and Christine Lahti in the cast. Marshall W. Mason was director.

(July 28 to September 22, 1968) His play, "Camino Real," was performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Milton Katselas was director.

(July 31 to September 25, 1983) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Kirstie Alley, Pat Hingle, Patricia McCormack and James Morrison in the cast. Jose Quintero was director. John Lee Beatty was scenic designer.

(September 1 to October 17, 2010) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed in a Long Wharf Theatre production at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Gordon Edelstein was director.

(1966-1967 season) His play, "The Night of the Iguana," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Jon Jory was director. David Hager was set designer. Rosemary Ingham was costume designer. Ronald Wallace was lighting designer.

(1967-1968 season) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Arvin Brown was director. James Gohl was set and lighting designer. Rosemary Ingham was costume designer. Gordon Emerson was composer and conductor.

(1971-1972 season) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Barry Davis was director. E. Webb and V. Dancy were set designers. Bill Walker was costume designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer.

(2015-2016 season) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at The Hypocrites Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Daniel Knox was composer. Matt Gawryk was lighting designer.

(2015-2016 season) His play, "The Mutilated," was performed at A Red Orchid Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Jennifer Engstrom (Celeste) in the cast. Brando Triantafillou was composer.

(1976-1977 season) His play, "The Rose Tattoo," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Steven Robman was director. John Conklin was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer.

(1984-1985 season) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Edward Gilbert was director. Hugh Landwehr was set designer. Bill Walker was costume designer. Judy Rasmuson was lighting designer.

(February 28 to April 13, 1986) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Nikos Psacharapoulos was director. Andrew Jackness was set designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Pat Collins was lighting designer.

(May 13 to June 7, 2009) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Long Wharf Theatre (Mainstage) in New Haven, Connecticut. Gordon Edelstein was director. MIchael Yeargan was set designer. Martin Pakledinaz was costume designer. Jennifer Tipton was lighting designer. David Budries was sound designer. Monica A. Cuoco was stage manager. Amy Patricia Stern was assistant stage manager. Tanya Dean was Dramaturg.

(January 15 to February 7, 1965) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with James Woodall (Tom Wingfield); Barbara Cornett (Amanda Wingfield); Denise Fergusson (Laura Wingfield) and Will Kennon (Jim O'Connor) in the cast. Ewell Cornett was director.

(April 6 to 30, 1967) His play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Gloria James (Neighbor Woman); Sherri Watson (Eunice Hubbell); Grant Sheehan (Stanley Kowalski); Jane Singer (Stella Kowalski); J.S. Hubbell (Steve Hubbell); James Carruthers (Harold "Mitch" Mitchell); Jane Welch (Blanche Dubois); Paul Watson (Pablo Gonzalez); Lenny Baker (A young collector); Jo Deodato (Nurse) and Bryan E. Clark (Doctor); in the cast. Philip Minor was director.

(March 20 to April 16, 1969) His play, "Summer and Smoke," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with David Zirlin (Rev. Winemiller); Dale Carter Cooper (Mrs. Winemiller); Rand Bridges (John Buchanan Jr.); Jane Welch (Alma Winemiller); Marguerite Davis (Rosa Gonzales); Kathryn Grody (Nellie Ewell); Gardner Hays (Roger Doremus); Robert Milton (Dr. John Buchanan Sr.); Mitzi Friedlander (Mrs. Bassett); Douglas Morgan (Vernon); Dean Richards (Rosemary); Ira Stoller (Dusty); Fred Morsell (Gonzales); and Crawford Whitsett (Archie Kramer) in the cast. Louis Criss was director.

(February 5 to 26, 1970) His play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Peggy Cowles (Margaret); Ken Jenkins (Brick); Adale O'Brien (Mae); Paul Villani (Gooper); Jean Inness (Big Mama); Victor Jory (Big Daddy); Christopher Murney (Reverend Tooker); George Ede (Doctor Baugh); Lucy Welch (Dixie); William Hastings (Buster); Kathryn Hastings (Trixie) and Gale Pohl (Polly); in the cast. Victor Jory was also director.

(September 21 to October 26, 1971) His play, "The Glass Menagerie," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Eunice Anderson (The Mother); Ken Jenkins (Her Son); Katharine Houghton (Her Daughter); and Stanley Anderson (The Gentleman Caller) in the cast. Ken Jenkins was also director.

(April 3 to May 3, 1986) Her play, "A Streetcar Named Desire," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Harlina Chum (Negro Woman/Mexican Woman): Adale O'Brien (Eunice Hubbell); Michael French (Stanley Kowalski); Anne Newhall (Stella Kowalski); Edward Hyland (Harold Mitchell (Mitch); Judith Roberts (Blanche DuBois); Steve Rankin (Steve Hubbell); Dana Mills (Pablo Gonzales); Jeffrey Crockett (A Young Collector); Sylvia Cardwell (Nurse) and Frederic Major (Doctor) in the cast. Mladen Kiselov was director.


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