Tag: Tennessee Williams

“Suddenly Last Summer”: a short review of The Collective Face’s production of Tennessee Williams’ sordid classic

Walking into Muse Arts Warehouse for The Collective Face production of Suddenly Last Summer, one is immediately struck by the sprawling decadence of the set — a garden next to a crumbling old greenhouse filled with several dozen plants. It’s a “well-groomed jungle,” according Dr. Cukrowicz.

Virginia Spencer Carr — famed literary biographer and former Armstrong prof — dies at 82

From the obituary in the New York Times: Virginia Spencer Carr, a literary scholar whose book “The Lonely Hunter” remains the standard biography of Carson McCullers, died on April 10 at her home in Lynn, Mass. She was 82. [.…