Marisa Tomei’s Grief Turns to Lust in ‘The Rose Tattoo,’ Hillary Clinton Gets a Chinese Lesson in ‘Soft Power’

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You worry for the ashes of Rosario, Serafina’s (Marisa Tomei) husband in The Rose Tattoo. They stand precariously on a shelf for almost the entire duration of Tennessee Williams’ little-known 1951 play.

The shelf is part of an L-shaped tangle of candles and tchotchkes that form a flickering central sculpture of Mark Wendland’s set in this Roundabout Theatre Company production, which opens at Broadway’s American Airlines Theatre on Tuesday night (to Dec. 8).

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