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Streetcar Named Desire poster

A Streetcar Named Desire

By Tennessee Williams

Directed by Tom Massey

Season: 15th Apr - 7th May 2023
Preview night 14th Apr
Friday and Saturday nights at 7.30pm
Sunday matinée at 4.30pm

No performance 29th April

Running Time: 3hrs including 20min interval

Please note this production includes themes of domestic abuse and sexual assault.

Please read our COVID Safety Guidelines before booking or attending a performance. Face masks are strongly recommended to attend this production.

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Blanche and Stanley.

Tennessee William's 1948 Pulitzer Prize winning masterpiece of the clash between unrequited fantasy and the harsh light of gritty existence in the real world.

School teacher Blanche DuBois flees to New Orleans for refuge in her sister Stella's home after their ancestral estate is lost to debt and the scandals in her personal life leave her no other options.

The cruelty and interrogation from Stella's husband Stanley makes New Orleans far from a safe harbour for Blanche, and ultimately leads to a brutal confrontation and emotional breakdown.

DirectorTom Massey
Assistant DirectorMeg Girdler
Set DesignSoham Apte
Costume DesignSusan Carveth
Lighting DesignMehran Mortezaei
Sound DesignMichael Schell

Stage ManagerMeg Girdler
Assistant Stage ManagerDi Henderson
Lighting and Sound OperationChris Dunwell
Grace Bondoc
Mark Berriman

Blanche DuBoisGeorgia Britt
Stella KowalskiAli Bendall
Stanley KowalskiRiley McNamara
Harold Mitchell [Mitch]Matthew Doherty
Eunice HubbelRosie Daly
Steve HubbelPatrick Gallagher
Pablo Gonzales
Young Collector
Shaun Loratet
Flower Seller
Jenny Jacobs

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Two rooms of the set.

By Arrangement With ORiGiNTM Theatrical On Behalf Of Samuel French, A Concord Theatricals Company