Rancho Pancho

Rancho Pancho

by Gregg Barrios

“Gregg Barrios has written a fiercely affecting play about the power of relations between authors and their muses, the collateral damage caused by genius, and the eternal struggle between eros and solipsism.”
-Phillip Lopate, critic

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RANCHO PANCHO, a two-act play, explores the turbulent and passionate relationship between playwright Tennessee Williams and lover Pancho Rodriguez, who inspired the character of Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar 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.

paperback, 72 pages, $11.95
ISBN 978-1-60182-331-1

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