Dragon Country

Producer-director Glenn Jordan brought together two Tennessee Williams plays, written twenty years apart, that examine the theme of isolation with searching clarity. The joint presentation, entitled "Dragon Country," features the world premiere of "I Can't Imagine Tomorrow," starring Kim Stanley and William Redfield, and a much earlier work, "Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen," starring Lois Smith and Alan Mixon. Together, the dramas delve into "a land of endured but unendurable pain, where each one is so absorbed, deafened, blinded by his own journey across it, he sees, he looks for, no one else crawling across it with him."

"A dramatic event of the first importance." - The New York Daily News

1970, Drama, 80 minutes, Color

Cast: Kim Stanley, William Redfield, Lois Smith, Alan Mixon


Written by: Tennessee Williams

Directed by: Glenn Jordan


Produced by: Glenn Jordan

Executive Producer: Jac Venza


A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, NET Playhouse 1970, New York Television

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