Drama penned by iconic playwright Tennessee Williams follows two sibling actors caught in a battle with personal and professional demons
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The Two-Character Play
Who wrote it: legendary playwright Tennessee Williams penned this play during a stretch of personal and professional turmoil in his own life—basically, all of the 1970s.
The premise: Perhaps a mirror to Williams’ real-life struggles, The Two-Character Play follows brother and sister actors as they battle demons, slip from sanity, and cling to their work in hopes of staving off personal destruction.