Seen Off Broadway: A Litany of Miseries. Like archeologists digging through Egyptian tombs, directors love to raid the dark corners of Tennessee Williams’ body of work, looking for lost gems. The latest find is Small Craft Warnings, a 1972 drama that had a modest run Off Broadway (when business slipped, Williams himself stepped into the cast, playing the role of Doc, an alcoholic sawbones). The playwright’s defenders are always trying to prove that Williams’ later plays are, at the very ...

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