Four adult single women, one Sunday morning and afternoon in St. Louis. The year is 1937. This is the set-up for one of Tennessee Wiliams’s final plays, written just a few years before his dealth. The rarely produced A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur offers the last of Williams’s famously familiar Southern belles, trapped in her own idealistic version of reality.
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