First edition (publ. New Directions, 1973)
|Written by||Tennessee Williams|
|Date premiered||July 8, 1971|
|Place premiered||Ivanhoe Theatre
Out Cry is a play by Tennessee Williams which was one version of The Two-Character Play by Williams. Out Cry premiered at the Ivanhoe Theatre in Chicago on July 8, 1971. It debuted on Broadway at the Lyceum Theatre with a preview on February 28, 1973 and then ran from March 1-10. The New York production was directed by Peter Glenville and starred Cara Duff-MacCormick as Clare and Michael York as Felice.