Tennessee Williams: theater in process

United States, 1976

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A behind-the-scenes look at the production of the play “The red devil battery sign” by Tennessee Williams. Tennessee Williams talks about his career and about writing a play and how he works with a director rather than with the actors. The film shows a press conference, rehearsals of lines and then full rehearsals during which the director conveys his interpretation of some of the important symbols and speeches in the play

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Suzanne Tedesko

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Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation

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Richard Slote



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