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9781601823311

Rancho Pancho

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  • ISBN13:

    9781601823311

  • ISBN10:

    1601823312

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-01
  • Publisher: Hansen Pub Group Llc
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Summary

RANCHO PANCHO, a two-act play, explores the turbulent and passionate relationship between playwright Tennessee Williams and Pancho Rodriguez, who inspired the character of Stanley Kowalski in A Street Car Named Desire. RANCHO PANCHO follows their relationship from the summer of 1946 on Nantucket Island with novelist Carson McCullers to the summer of 1947 in Provincetown with director Margo Jones, aspiring actor Marlon Brando, and the final break up of Williams and Rodriguez.

Author Biography

Gregg Barrios received a commission from the Ford Foundation Gateway Program to write Rancho Pancho. His Dark Horse, Pale Rider, a play about Texas writer Katherine Anne Porter, received a CTG-Mark Taper Forum fellowship. His one-man show I-DJ was awarded a grant from the Sandra Cisneros Macondo Foundation, and its script was published in Ollantay, the Hispanic Theater Quarterly in 2008. His forthcoming play Hard Candy chronicles the life and times of legendary Texas bad girl Candy Barr.

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