Two one-act plays by Tennessee Williams are set in the same rooms of a 1930s New Orleans boarding house, with overlapping characters. The first, The Angel in the Alcove, is about a homosexual relationship between a young writer and an aging painter. The second, I Never Get Dressed Until After Dark on Sundays, follows a young stud and his easily aroused mistress.
Opening Night Cast
|John William Reilly||Tye|
|Sylvia Sidney||Mrs. Wire|
|Olive Deering||Mrs. Wayne|
|Iris Whitney||Miss Carrie|
Opening Night Production Credits
|Tennessee Williams||Lyrics ("Sugar in the Cane" and "Lonesome Man")|
|Arthur A. Seidelman||Director|
|James Tilton||Scenic Design|
|Jane Greenwood||Costume Design|
|James Tilton||Lighting Design|
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