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Gardening with Carol Aird

“Hello, I’m Carol Aird and I’m just tending to my gay ladies.”

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A vision of Carol’s cold rebuff swept her courage clean away. It crept back humbly in the question, couldn’t she ask simply to sleep in the same bed with her?
“Carol, would you mind—”
“Tomorrow we’ll go to the stockyards,” Carol said at the same time, and Therese burst out laughing. “What’s so damned funny about that?” Carol asked, putting out her cigarette, but she was smiling, too.
“It just is. It’s terribly funny,” Therese said, still laughing, laughing away all the longing and the intention of the night.
“You’re giggly on champagne,” Carol said as she pulled the light out.
—  Excerpt From: Highsmith, Patricia. “The Price of Salt, or Carol.”
[Video] The Present's Cate Blanchett on Making Her Broadway Debut in Chekhov's Tale of Thwarted Desire.

[Video] The Present’s Cate Blanchett on Making Her Broadway Debut in Chekhov’s Tale of Thwarted Desire.

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Hello everybody! One more interview with the cast of The present! The site Broadway.com released an exclusive interview to meet the cast of The Present, a Sydney Theatre Company’s production starring Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh. Watch the video below!     For tickets and more information about The present, visit www.thepresentbroadway.com   Source: Broadway.com

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“Their eyes met at the same instant, Therese glancing up from a box she was opening, and the woman just turning her head so she looked directly at Therese. She was tall and fair, her long figure graceful in the loose fur coat that she held open with a hand on her waist. Her eyes were gray, colorless, yet dominant as light or fire, and, caught by them, Therese could not look away. She heard the customer in front of her repeat a question, and Therese stood there, mute. The woman was looking at Therese, too, with a preoccupied expression, as if half her mind were on whatever is was she meant to buy here, and though there were a number of salesgirls between them, Therese felt sure the woman would come to her. Then Therese saw her walk slowly toward the counter, heard her heart stumble to catch up with the moment it had let pass, and felt her face grow hot as the woman came nearer and nearer.” 

Patricia Highsmith, Carol/The Price of Salt