Vieux Carré

Drama - Original

St. James Theatre

Data not verified
  • First Preview: April 30, 1977
  • Opening Date: May 11, 1977
  • Closing Date: May 15, 1977
  • Previews: 11
  • Performances: 6

Playwright: Tennessee Williams


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

Tom Aldredge in Vieux Carré Tom Aldredge Painter
Richard Alfieri Writer
Diane Kagan in Vieux Carré Diane Kagan Jane
John William Reilly Tye
Sylvia Sidney Mrs. Wire
Grace Carney Angel
Olive Deering Mrs. Wayne
Iris Whitney Miss Carrie
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Opening Night Production Credits

Tennessee Williams Tennessee Williams Writer
Tennessee Williams Tennessee Williams Lyrics ("Sugar in the Cane" and "Lonesome Man")
  Arthur A. Seidelman Director
  James Tilton Scenic Design
Jane Greenwood Jane Greenwood Costume Design
  James Tilton Lighting Design
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