Period of Adjustment

Tennessee Williams (playwright)

New York: N.p., 1961. Exact Playing Version script for the original run of the 1960 Broadway play, dated January 1961. With a photograph of the cast onstage, inscribed by four members of the cast or crew to an unknown crew member laid in.

Premiered November 10, 1960 and closed March 4, 1961, with a total of 132 performances at the Helen Hayes Theatre. Produced by Cheryl Crawford and directed by George Roy Hill, the play was nominated for two Tony awards, including Best Actress fpr Barbara Baxley and Best Featured Actress for Rosemary Murphy. A seriocomic piece, the play was a departure from the dark dramas usually written by Williams. Basis for the 1962 film, again directed by George Roy Hill.

Red titled wrappers. Title page present, noted as Exact Playing Version, with credits for Tennessee Williams. 95 leaves, with last page of text numbered 3-35. Mechanical duplication. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with two gold brads.

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