THE ROAD A big, ugly, edible lizard called the iguana is, in Mexico, more or less what the Thanksgiving turkey is in the U.S. Mexicans catch iguanas, fatten them up, and serve them on festive occasions. Tennessee Williams' latest play, now in Chicago and headed for Broadway this month, is called The Night of the Iguana. And from all indications last week, despite impressive performances by Margaret Leighton and Bette Davis, it is indeed a massive turkey.

Chicago critics have carved it up. The Tribune, for example, found the play...

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