"The solid and deft characterizations of the four young people whose lives intertwine - the sexually alive Heavenly Critchfield, her earthy lover Dick Miles, Heavenly's wealthy but tongue-tied admirer Arthur Shannon, and the repressed librarian Hertha Neilson who loves Arthur - while unique, foreshadow characters we will meet again and again in the Williams cannon. Epic in scope, somewhat melodramatic in execution, tragic in outcome, Spring Storm created a wave of excitement among theater insiders when it was given a staged reading at The Ensemble Studio Theatre's Octoberfest '96." "Productions planned for the fall of 1999 will give real audiences a chance to respond to the unusual event of a "new" play by Tennessee Williams. This edition has been prepared with an illuminating introduction and textual notes by Dan Isaac."--BOOK JACKET.
- LCC: PS3545
- Dewey Decimal: 812/.54
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: xxvi, 166 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
- Edition Info: (alk. paper)
- City and town life -- Drama
- City and town life -- Mississippi -- Delta (Region) -- Drama
- Young adult drama
- Young adults -- Mississippi -- Delta (Region) -- Drama
- Mississippi -- Drama
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