Directed by Debbie Allen opened on Broadway. Terrence Howard made his Broadway debut as Brick, alongside stage veterans James Earl Jones (Big Daddy), Phylicia Rashad (Big Mama), Anika Noni Rose (Maggie) and Lisa Arrindell Anderson (Mae).

Directed by Debbie Allen opened on Broadway. Terrence Howard made his Broadway debut as Brick, alongside stage veterans James Earl Jones (Big Daddy), Phylicia Rashad (Big Mama), Anika Noni Rose (Maggie) and Lisa Arrindell Anderson (Mae).

Streetcar

A Streetcar Named Desire opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on December Tennessee Williams' groundbreaking play ran for 855 performances.

1965 Playbill

1965 Playbill

Thomas Lanier Williams

Thomas Lanier Williams

Brought up in Columbus, Mississippi and then moved 456 miles to St. Louis, Missouri with his family.

Recent history: Completely Surreal Photos Of America’s Abandoned Malls

Brought up in Columbus, Mississippi and then moved 456 miles to St. Louis, Missouri with his family.

Brought up in Columbus, Mississippi and then moved 456 miles to St. Louis, Missouri with his family.

Working at his typewriter.

Working at his typewriter.

Screengrab from the biog doc.

Screengrab from the biog doc.


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“Why do I write?  Because I find life unsatisfactory" - Tennessee Williams. The Glass Menagerie is one of his best know works.

1956 - Tennessee Williams - American Playwright & Author Of Many Stage Classics - By Yousuf Karsh

Pink chiffon robe worn by Vivien Leigh as Blanche Dubois in "A streetcar named Desire", 1951.

A Streetcar Named Desire, 1951 Costume design: Lucinda Ballard pink silk robe with delicate ivory lace covering, pale pink chiffon belt and trim on collar, cuffs and train - worn by Vivien Leigh in the role of Blanche DuBois

Adventures in Playbills: The King and I - 1996, Neil Simon Theatre ...

The King and I 1996 revival with Lou Diamond Phillips. Unfortunately, I missed Donna Murphy by a week.

Death of a Salesman

Life of a ‘Salesman’

In Lee J Cobb starred on Broadway as "Willy Loman" in Arthur Millers, Death of Salesman. He signed this original playbill as well as Tom Pedi, who played Stanley.

“The Shubert Theater”  Published: January 1, 1984 DESCRIPTION: STARS OF THE SHUBERT THEATER, NEW HAVEN, CT, 1984 TAGS:     CAROL CHANNING AL JOLSON ALFRED DRAKE ALFRED LUNT BOB HOPE CHICO MARX CLARK GABLE ED WYNN EDDIE CANTOR ETHEL MERMAN ETHEL WATERS FRED ALLEN FRED ASTAIRE GROUCHO MARX HARPO MAR HELEN HAYES JASON ROBARDS JR. JIMMY DURANTE JULIE ANDREWS KATHARINE HEPBURN LILLIAN GISH LYNN FONTANNE MARY MARTIN REX HARRISON THE SHUBERT THEATER   Category:      THEATRE   Publisher: GOODSTADT

“The Shubert Theater” Published: January 1, 1984 DESCRIPTION: STARS OF THE SHUBERT THEATER, NEW HAVEN, CT, 1984 TAGS: CAROL CHANNING AL JOLSON ALFRED DRAKE ALFRED LUNT BOB HOPE CHICO MARX CLARK GABLE ED WYNN EDDIE CANTOR ETHEL MERMAN ETHEL WATERS FRED ALLEN FRED ASTAIRE GROUCHO MARX HARPO MAR HELEN HAYES JASON ROBARDS JR. JIMMY DURANTE JULIE ANDREWS KATHARINE HEPBURN LILLIAN GISH LYNN FONTANNE MARY MARTIN REX HARRISON THE SHUBERT THEATER Category: THEATRE Publisher: GOODSTADT

Rodgers and Hammerstein debuted their famous musical "Oklahoma!", then titled "Away We Go," at the Shubert.

Rodgers and Hammerstein debuted their famous musical "Oklahoma!", then titled "Away We Go," at the Shubert.

Shubert Theater New Haven

Shubert Theater This is the Shubert Theater in New Haven, CT. I was there for a gig and was able to grab a shot of this beautiful place before the crowd filled the seats.

100 Years At New Haven’s Shubert Theater | Ann Nyberg's Network Connecticut | Let's Start Talking!

100 Years At New Haven’s Shubert Theater

"Get out of town" ,lyrics and music by Cole Porter ,from "Leave it to me" (1937)

Leave It To Me spoofed international diplomacy, with Victor Moore as a bumbling American ambassador trying to get recalled from Soviet Russia. Mary Martin made her Broadway debut singing the coquettish "My Heart Belongs to Daddy.

Backstage for "Barefoot in the Park," staring a young Robert Redford and Elizabeth Ashley, at the Shubert.

Backstage for "Barefoot in the Park," staring a young Robert Redford and Elizabeth Ashley, at the Shubert.

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