I don't tell the truth, I tell what ought to be the truth . . .
A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
Director: Daniel Shaunessy
Dates: July 3 to 21, 2024
Winner of the 1948 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire is the tale of a catastrophic confrontation between fantasy and reality, embodied in the characters of Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski.
Fading southern belle Blanche DuBois is adrift in the modern world. When she arrives to stay with her sister Stella in a crowded, boisterous corner of New Orleans, her delusions of grandeur bring her into conflict with Stella's crude, brutish husband Stanley Kowalski. Eventually their violent collision course causes Blanche's fragile sense of identity to crumble, threatening to destroy her sanity and her one chance of happiness.
Danny Shaunessy directs Tennessee Williams' steamy and shocking landmark drama, often hailed as one of the most influential plays of the twentieth century.
A Streetcar Named Desire contains strong language, violence and references to alcoholism, mental illness, suicide, racism and sexual assault.
Approximately 3 hours including a 20 minute interval (subject to change).
Come along at 7:30pm on Wednesday 3 July to help us celebrate opening night and to enjoy complimentary refreshments before the show.
$32 (full), $27 (concession)
Group Concessions 10+: $27
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Evenings at 8:00pm:
July: Wednesday 3, Friday 5, Saturday 6, Friday 12, Saturday 13, Friday 19, Saturday 20
Matinees at 2:00pm:
July: Sunday 14 Sunday 21
Doors open 30 minutes before performances
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