- A Streetcar Named Desire (Plays)
"Why, sir, I've always depended upon the kindness of strangers."
Face still wet from tears of self-pity, how appropriate that Logan should channel another drama queen, Blanche Dubois, the faded Southern belle of Tennessee Williams' bleak play. Blanche creates her own world, one that belies the truth of her seedy life. She charms, she floats, and she looks for love to rescue her. Her brutal brother-in-law sees through her and takes pleasure in destroying her fragile hold on her fantasy and, ultimately, her sanity. So if Logan sees himself as Blanche, who is Stanley?
- 2.10 "One Angry Veronica"