Tennessee William's Vieux Carre is not emotion recollected in tranquility but emotion re-created with all the pain, compassion, and wry humor of the playwright's own 1938 sojourn in the New Orleans French Quarter vividly in tact.
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Review: Vieux CarreUser Review - Jennifer Haight - Goodreads
Although this is not Williams' strongest work, echoes of his talent are present. Penniless artists attempt to survive in the damp, hot, competitive French Quarter of 1938. This play asks what the price of choices are, and suggests that sometimes the prices are paid without our consent. Read full review
Review: Vieux CarreUser Review - Lindsay (Santafefan) - Goodreads
Many different characters inhabit this house, each drawn unforgettably even without a lot of "on" time. Sad. Trapped. Yet with a glimmer of a light that called to my heart. Read full review