Thomas Lanier "Tennessee" Williams III (March 26, 1911 – February 25, 1983) was an American writer who worked principally as a playwright in the American theater. He also wrote short stories, novels, poetry, essays, screenplays and a volume of memoirs. His professional career lasted from the mid 1930s until his death in 1983, and saw the creation of many plays that are regarded as classics of the American stage. Williams adapted much of his best known work for the cinema.
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... In 2001, THNOC acquired the largest private collection of Tennessee Williams materials anywhere in the world from collector Fred Todd ... Glass Menagerie, there are dozens of playbills, as well as signed first editions of Williams’ plays and other works, unpublished letters, a myriad books about Williams, translations of his work, film ... notes from director Elia Kazan and some of Williams’ own financial records ...
... A Midsummer Night's Dream (1982) by William Shakespeare —Helena All's Well That Ends Well (1982) by William Shakespeare —Diana As You Like It (1983) by William ...
... Small Craft Warnings is a play by Tennessee Williams, an expansion of an earlier one-act play, Confessional, that was included in the Williams Dragon Country compilation of 1970 ... Richard Altman directed a cast that included Helena Carroll as Leona and William Hickey as Steve ... During the course of the run, Tennessee Williams himself took over the role of Doc ...
... Bruno 2005-2004 Orpheus Descending Tennessee Williams 2005 Jesus Christ Recrucified N ... Kazantzakis 2004-2005 The Milk train doesn't stop here anymore Tennessee Williams 2004 The Roast Beef L ... Molnar 1996 Mousetrap Agatha Christie 1995-1996 Bus Stop William Inge 1994-1995 Mourning Becomes Electra Eugene O`Neil (Spyros Evangelatos` Amfitheatre) 1994 Mousetrap Agatha Christie 1993-1994 Death of a Salesman ...
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