He'll be starring opposite Nicole Kidman in Sweet Bird of Youth, Deadline reports: "James Franco has formalized his intention to star on Broadway next fall in Sweet Bird of Youth, the … [Read more...] about James Franco Coming to Broadway in Tennessee Williams Play
Director Taylor Hackford (Dolores Claiborne, Against All Odds, An Oficer and a Gentleman) is set to direct the Tennessee Williams bio-drama Tenn from a screenolay by Robin Shushan: "Pic focuses on … [Read more...] about Will Tenn Be the Next Capote?
Apparently ten lines in a sitcom can get you an invitation to London's West End. UK's Hello! reports: "In what sounds like a perfect role for the girl from Louisiana, Britney is believed to have been … [Read more...] about Britney to Depend on the Kindness of Strangers on London Stage?
The play served as an inspiration to young Tennessee Williams when he wrote an early work in 1941 which seems quite influenced by Rice’s dramatic treatise on the treachery of capitalism. Titled … [Read more...] about On the Stage: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Adding Machine, Parlour Song
Warsaw gay groups propose pink triangle monument to honor homosexuals killed in the Holocaust. Some city council leaders, like Marek Makuch of the Prawo i Sprawiedliwość party, are outraged: "It is a … [Read more...] about News: Barack Obama, Castro, Czech Masseur, Tennessee Williams
You can own Ricky Martin's signed Vaio laptop. And well, if it's true what they say about old hard drives — that nothing on them is ever truly erased — who knows what the lucky winner might dig up. … [Read more...] about News: Ricky Martin, Moths, Pit Stains, Randy Harrison
Is the New Jersey Supreme Court just days away from issuing a landmark gay marriage ruling? "Speculation is rampant because under New Jersey law Chief Justice Deborah Poritz must retire on her 70th … [Read more...] about News: New Jersey Gay Marriage, Hairy Moon, Reichen Sex Assault
Tennessee Williams, whom many assumed to be a self-loathing, conflicted homosexual in the early years of his life (because of writings that contained characters "cloaked in heterosexual disguise") was … [Read more...] about New Tennessee Williams One-Act a Chronicle of Coming Out
The first annual Tennessee Williams Festival kicks off in Provincetown one week from today. Why should this tiny town at the tip of a New England cape be celebrating the playwright? "Tennessee … [Read more...] about Tennessee Williams to Get Fete in Provincetown