Linda Marlowe stars in an adaptation of Tennessee Williams's turbulent playWhen people think of Tennessee Williams, their minds jump to A Streetcar Named Desire. But, really, among certain circles, In The Bar Of A Tokyo Hotel is considered his real masterpiece. The play focuses around alcoholic painter Mark who slowly descends into psychosis as he tries to find his artistic niche, while his promiscuous and puerile wife Miriam tries to seduce a bartender in the hotel lounge. Personal, affecting and unreservedly triumphant, this has the potential to be one of Charing Cross Theatre's runaway successes of the year.
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