I have been a fan of Tennessee Williams since reading The Glass Menagerie in college. I've realized there are several plays that I haven't managed to get around to reading yet. So I decided to start with the one-act play Suddenly Last Summer (1958), since there is also a film version with Elizabeth Taylor, Katherine Hepburn, and Montgomery Clift that I can see after. Williams sure knows his doomed southern belles, controlling matriarchs, and tragic effeminate momma's boys. His characters are usually sexually depraved, according to the by laws of society, and /or have mental demons to harness within a family tragedy. This story looks at a New Orleans family coping with the recent death of a much loved family member under suspicious circumstances in Spain. The repercussions reverberate through the remaining members of the family. It is dramatic and entertaining-it must be fun stuff to play out as an actor.