The recent success, on Broadway and in London, of Tennessee Williams' unproduced early work Not About Nightingales has producers and directors searching the playwright's catalogue for other underrated pieces. Not surprisingly, much attention has focused on Camino Real. Although the original 1953 production (directed by Elia Kazan and starring Eli Wallach) flopped on Broadway, this singular Williams work has much to offer, including a large number of challenging roles, many high-powered ...

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