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Sweet bird of youth : a play

New Locust Theatre, direction of William Goldman, Cheryl Crawford presents Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Sidney Blackmer, in "Sweet Bird of Youth," a new play by Tennessee Williams, directed by Elia Kazan, with Rip Torn, Diana Hyland, Madeleine Sherwood, Logan Ramsey, Virgilia Chew, settings and lighting by Jo Mielziner, music by Paul Bowles, costumes by Anna Hill Johnstone.

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  • "New Locust Theatre, direction of William Goldman, Cheryl Crawford presents Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Sidney Blackmer, in "Sweet Bird of Youth," a new play by Tennessee Williams, directed by Elia Kazan, with Rip Torn, Diana Hyland, Madeleine Sherwood, Logan Ramsey, Virgilia Chew, settings and lighting by Jo Mielziner, music by Paul Bowles, costumes by Anna Hill Johnstone."@en
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  • ""Tennessee Williams's atmospheric play of 1959 about Chance Wayne, the one-time heart-throb of his hometown who returns hoping to break into the movies and find the girl of his youth. Accompanied by faded movie star Alexandra Del Lago, grieving in a haze of drugs and alcohol for her lost youth, he discovers that time will shortly catch up with him and wreak a terrible retribution for his past actions. In its exploration of corruption, ageing and the effects of time, the play offers a magnificent study of the dark side of the American Dream."--Cover p. [4]."
  • "Williams's sensuous, atmospheric plays transformed the American stage with their passion, exoticism and vibrant characters who rage against their personal demons and the modern world. This collection contains probably the best known plays."
  • "Civic Playhouse, Edward Ludlum with Jim Mendenhall & Bert Weil present Helena Nash, Jeremy Slate in Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth," William Mims as Boss Finley, Bryan O'Byrne, Steve Ihnat, Liz Bullard, Todd Lasswell, Roy Morton, R.N. Bullard and Ellen McCown as Heavenly, production designed by Don Roberts, lighting design by Conrad B. Penrod, costumes by William Theiss, photography by Linda Palmer, production direced by Edward Ludlum, presented in association with Tom Selden & Shelley Morrison."
  • "Tennessee williams knew how to tell a good tale, and this steamy, wrenching play about a faded movie star, Alexandra Del Lago, and about the lost innocence and corruption of Chance Wayne, reveals the dark side of the American dreams of youth and fame. Distinguished American playwright Lanford Wilson has written an insightful Introduction for this edition. Also included are Williams' original Foreword to the play; the one-act play "The Enemy: Time - the germ for the full-length version, published here for the first time; an essay by noted Tennessee Williams scholar, Colby H. Kullman; and a chronology of the author's life."@en
  • "A masseur-gigolo takes a has-been actress from Hollywood to his home in the South, believing that her money and faded glamour might help him achieve a life-long dream."@en
  • "National Theatre, Louis A. Lotito, managing director, Cheryl Crawford presents Geraldine Page, Sidney Blackmer, Rip Torn in "Sweet Bird of Youth," a new play by Tennessee Williams, directed by Elia Kazan, with John Karlen, Logan Ramsey, Martine Bartlett, Elizabeth Farley, Kip McArdle, Duke Farley, settings and lighting by Jo Mielziner, music by Paul Bowles, costumes by Anna Hill Johnstone."
  • "John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Roger L. Stevens, chairman, Martin Feinstein, executive director, Kennedy Center and Xerox Corporation present the American Bicentennial Theatre production, Irene Worth, Christopher Walken, in Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth," directed by Edwin Sherin, with Pat Corley, Cathryn Damon, Matthew Cowles, Lisa Richards, Eugenia Rawls, and Christopher Bernau, Richard Kuss, Philip Lindsay, Tom Stechschulte, David Gale, Flloyd Ennis, Richard Babcock, George Banford, Pamela Costello, Alicia Enterline, Lanny Flaherty, John Jellison, Bunny Kacher, Eric Loeb, Susan Logan, sets by Karl Eigsti, costumes by Laura Crow, lighting by Ken Billington, produced for the Kennedy Center by Roger L. Stevens and Richmond Crinkley, produced at the Academy Festival Theatre by William Gardner."@en

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