Tennessee Williams was from St. Louis, my home town. It is good to see his work performed internationally.
The play has an intriguing title.
break a leg!
I would love to see this! Tennessee Williams is one of my favorite playwrights. :)
Dave beat me to it, saying Tennessee Williams was born in St. Louis. There is a street in the University City area of St. Louis that is lined with stars on the sidewalk for all the famous people born there.
Age is the absence of "smooth."
Great captures for the day, JM! I do love Tennessee Williams! Sylvia
I like your new "masthead" map!Great portrait of Ms. Munoz. The U.S. culture is so youth-obsessed I'm not sure an older actress could "get away" with a photo hinting of age.
Wonderful to see JM.
I like the idea of "comboio da madrugada"...God bless you!Cezar
J'adore T. Williams. I'll be right over.
That is a face expressing a long life, lived well. Terrific, JM.
great portrait of an acress ,i confess, i don't know ... :)
A fascinating actress . . .
I am not a fan of experimental theater but I trust your word on this and I really like your pictures!
How wonderful. I love, love, love Tennessee Williams. I've never seen any of his plays on the stage but have read most of them and they are among my most favorite old movies. I've watched so many over and over and never get tired of them. He created so many wonderful roles for women. His work is probably more appreciated in Europe then here. You would be hard pressed to find anyone under 60 or 70 years old around here who would even know the name. It's really sad. It would be awesome to see his work performed in another language. I know them so well, just watching the actors would be fascinating.
Didn't know there were so many of us St. Louisans around! Were you in the audience shooting this portrait? Great job!
@Cathy: No, it's a photo of a portrait on the wall. :-)
I would love to see this.
It's great to see an older actress being recognised and adored for her enduring talent.
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