Scripts, including several original typescript versions of The night of the iguana, showing various stages of Williams' creative
process. Generally considered William's last great play, The night of the iguana opened in New York City in 1961.
American playwright Tennessee [Thomas Lanier] Williams commanded a wide audience between 1945-1960.
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