What You'll Get
A seldom-produced tragicomedy from Tennessee Williams, the Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winner who also wrote A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof among other classics, Baby Doll was originally released as an Elia Kazan film in 1956, with screenplay by Williams (itself adapted from one of his earlier plays). The story centers on an arranged marriage, a beautiful young bride and a rich stranger, exploring modern sexual politics as well as the struggle of the American everyman. Catch this controversial work at the Fountain Theatre in Los Angeles.
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