The Two-Character Play
The Two Character Play, also known as Out Cry in one of its alternate versions, is a play by Tennessee Williams written 25 years after his famous A Streetcar Named Desire. It was one of his most personal works; Williams spent almost ten years writing and rewriting it.
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... The play itself is rarely performed ... The play was produced at London's Jermyn Street Theatre in October 2010 ... The Two-Character Play is scheduled for an Off Broadway production starting June 2013 at New World Stages ...
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“But popular rage,
Hysterica passio dragged this quarry down.
None shared our guilt; nor did we play a part
Upon a painted stage when we devoured his heart.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)