Sat 27 September 2008, The Scotsman

A streetcar painted pink

By Tim Cornwell
THERE WAS ONE PLAY BY Tennessee Williams, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer of such American classics as A Streetcar Named Desire, which he never wanted performed in his lifetime. It was And Tell Sad Stories of the Death of Queens, with its central character of a transvestite who brings a sailor home in the hope of seducing him.
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