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To mark the centenary, The Cock Tavern is staging two of his plays, neither of which has ever been performed here before.

'I Never Get Dressed Till After Dark on Sunday' will run from March 1, followed by 'A Cavalier for Milady' from March 29.

When Blanche utters the immortal words 'I have always depended upon the kindness of strangers', it's easy to imagine that this is Williams himself talking. In his memoirs, he writes: 'I've had a wonderful and terrible life and I wouldn't cry for myself.' Nor should we.

President Barack Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation on May 29, 2015 proclaiming June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LBGT) Pride Month.

The consensus among critics was that he was in steep decline, both physically and artistically. He was certainly drinking heavily, and was addicted to prescription drugs. They focus on the fact that he came out late in life and that his homosexual characters are often on the sidelines or end up dead. And nowhere is this more obvious than in 'Streetcar', which is as relevant today as it was 60 years ago.

He died choking on the bottle cap he used to take his meds, which is about as tragic as it gets. In his book, 'Role Models', John Waters says that Tennessee Williams saved his life. Because Williams put gay desires on stage at a time when it was almost unthinkable to do so. There's a knowingness in the way the audience are invited to both lust after and laugh at the character of Stanley Kowalski.

Its intent is to harm LGBTQ Tennesseans and their families.” Obergefell said the law conflicts with federal and state laws that require gender-specific words now be interpreted as gender inclusive. Days before Haslam signed the “natural and ordinary meanings” law, a Knox County judge granted the legal parental rights of a “husband” to Erica Witt, a lesbian woman fighting for parental rights to a child her former wife conceived by artificial insemination.

“The problem is that giving a word a meaning contrary to its natural meaning requires us to give a new meaning to all the words associated with that word.” The attorney for the plaintiffs said a hearing date has not yet been set.

Courtney Graham said everything was going smoothly with her assistant coaching job with Drake University's women's basketball team.

In a federal lawsuit filed in late December, Graham alleges that as a result, head coach Jennie Baranczyk ostracized her from the team, told her she was not acting like herself, diminished her duties and asked her to resign in May 2015.

Graham turned in her resignation a month later after, she said, undue pressure from Baranczyk."She loves coaching," Graham's attorney, Tina Muhammad, told the Tribune.