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A Playwright Edits Sweet Bird Of Youth
Tennessee Williams "spent nearly two decades writing and rewriting, long after productions had opened and closed, long after film adaptations and printed texts appeared. There are an eye-watering numbers of performable versions. In some of them characters survive, in others, they don't. Endings are sometimes hopeful, in others gruesomely tragic." James Graham writes about sorting through them all for a new production at the Old Vic.
The Independent (UK) 06/12/13
Posted June 14, 2013 12:56 AM
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