THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA
by TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
One of the undiluted pleasures of the Bicentennial year has been the multiple revivals of the plays of Tennessee Williams. The best of these dramas pos sess poetic eloquence, humanistic compassion and arresting vitality. It is to be hoped that one of these years the judges in Stockholm will confer upon Williams the Nobel Prize for Literature, which has been accorded to only one U.S. play wright, Eugene O'Neill.
If the production of The Night of the Iguana now at Manhattan's Circle in the Square Theater lacks the luminosity of the 1962 original, it is admirable...