Gentlemen Callers: Tennessee Williams, Homosexuality, and Mid-Twentieth-Century Drama

Gentlemen Callers: Tennessee Williams, Homosexuality, and Mid-Twentieth-Century Drama

Gentlemen Callers: Tennessee Williams, Homosexuality, and Mid-Twentieth-Century Drama

by: Michael Paller

by: Michael Paller

Gentlemen Callers: Tennessee Williams, Homosexuality, and Mid-Twentieth-Century Drama

Gentlemen Callers: Tennessee Williams, Homosexuality, and Mid-Twentieth-Century Drama

by: Michael Paller

by: Michael Paller

Authors

Michael Paller

Michael Paller is dramaturg and Director of Humanities for the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and also teaches in their MFA acting conservatory. Since joining A.C.T. in August, 2005, he has dramaturged 50 mainstage productions and several readings in A.C.T.’s First Look series of new work including ...

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