John Lahr’s new biography, “Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh,” sheds an admiring but unflinching light on the playwright’s career and later works, as well as his life and relationships.
Among other things, a new collection of letters from the celebrated and complicated American director show his tough-love devotion to new work and writers.
The original Tom Wingfield in the 1945 premiere of Tennessee Williams’s breakthrough play recalls its rocky, bittersweet road to the Broadway stage.
American drama on the Soviet stage.
Alfred Jarry, Samuel Beckett, Tennessee Williams, Judson Dance Theater, and more.