Tennessee Williams’s One Arm was not the cinematic sensation of 1972. In fact, the film of his screenplay—based on an early short story about an amputee hustler in New Orleans—was never made at all. Now Moisés Kaufman brings his own stage adaptation of the script to the New Group. Will audiences give it a hand?
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This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on May 11, 2011