Cat on a Hot Tin Roof doesn’t usually leave artists and technicians struggling to meet difficult challenges. “The set is a bed-sitting room of a plantation home in the Mississippi Delta,” Tennessee Williams says at the top. He calls for an upstairs gallery, white balustrades, furniture that includes a double bed on a raked floor, and lots of floor space to allow for free movement—no problems there. And he asks for a touch of poetry: walls that dissolve into air, stars and moon above, soft ...
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