Tennessee Williams' masterpiece debuted on Broadway in 1945, four days before his 34th birthday. It has gone on to be one of the most recogniseable and treasured plays of the modern age and a true American classic.
Under pressure from his mother Amanda to bring some light into his fragile sister Laura's life, Tom agrees to bring his colleague home to meet her. Jim means well; despite not fulfilling the promise of his youth he's doing better than poor Laura. He brings her out of her shell, almost, but at what cost? And is he really the "gentleman caller" her mother so desperately wants?
How beautiful it is and how easily it can be broken.
This sad and beautiful play is now available for the first time all on one page. The design shows Laura's treasured but tragically damaged glass unicorn, and of course a blue rose.
This design comprises a single B2 size sheet measuring 500 x 700
All Spineless Classics are printed on heavyweight paper in sharp, lightfast ink which will not fade.