The Gentleman Caller by Philip Dawkins

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Directed by Cody Estle They’re now regarded as two of history's finest American playwrights, but in the fall of 1944, William Inge was a critic for the St. Louis Star Tribune, and Tennessee Williams was an "emerging" playwright yet to experience anything close to success. In St. Louis before the Chicago premiere of "The Glass Menagerie," Inge invites the young playwright to his apartment. The meeting sparks a relationship which radically alters the course the American theatre.