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Tag Archives: Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams: We Are Human

“It simply isn’t enough to be queer, you know? I’m proud to be queer–gay, homosexual, odd, inverted–whatever the term. There are people who want me to be solely that, to … Continue reading

09/09/2017 · 1 Comment

Katharine Hepburn on SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER: Guess and Fly

Interview with Katharine Hepburn Conducted by James Grissom New York City/Turtle Bay 1990 I didn’t understand that woman at all. [Violet Venable in Tennessee Williams’ Suddenly, Last Summer]. Not at … Continue reading

06/14/2017 · 2 Comments

Follies Of God by James Grissom: Tennessee Williams on Edward Albee: Love and Love Denied

From Follies of God: Tennessee Williams and the Women of the Fog By James Grissom (Knopf/Vintage) “The love that I feel for Edward Albee extends far beyond his work,” Tenn … Continue reading

09/22/2016 · Leave a comment

Bryden & Clark: Lives in the Theatre

Bryden & Clark: Lives in the Theatre by Nobby Clark, Bill Bryden Binding: PaperBack | Page extent: 112 ISBN: 9781783190836 Bill Bryden is one of the true mavericks of British … Continue reading

11/26/2014 · Leave a comment

Why do homosexual writers get right to the essence of relationships?

Originally posted on Chris Hilton ~ Writer:
It hadn’t occurred to me before (I don’t know why) how good homosexual writers are with relationships. I recently watched the film version of…

11/24/2013 · Leave a comment