'Brando's Smile' by Susan Mizruchi - read this summer - good, a biography about acting, not his life and it's scandals, and NOW, alerted by the New York Review of Books.
'Tennessee Williams' by John Lahr is on Kindle on my iPad - a good follow up to Marlon.
Tennessee said about his first triumph "the catastrophe of success" - endearing and irresistible.
'A Streetcar Named Desire' had set off a seismic shift in American Theatres.
Blanche - "Well life is so full of evasions..." a long speech....
Stanley - "Let's cut the re-bop"
'Bop' is 'Bebob' early 1940's jazz as exemplified by 'Hey Ba Baby Re-Bob' - check it out on iTunes - listen carefully it is very rude.