Number 15 — 2016
Cairo, Shanghai, Bombay!—a previously unpublished one-act melodrama by Williams and the first of his plays ever to be produced—opens the 2016 issue of theTennessee Williams Annual Review, which includes an introduction by the play’s editor and features a special cluster of essays and images devoted to cinematic adaptations of Williams plays. Founded by Professor Robert Bray in 1998, the Review remains the only regularly published journal dedicated to the work and influence of this preeminent American playwright. To order a copy of the current issue, please visit the shop at The Historic New Orleans Collection.
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