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NYIn a surprising casting decision that has drawn criticism from numerous members of local community theater The Old Mill Players, sources confirmed Wednesday that the role of Blanche DuBois in the company's upcoming production of Tennessee Williams'
The story is narrated by a college freshman who confides about his romance with a senior, Anna Jean. Williams, while attending the University of Missouri at Columbia, briefly dated fellow student Anna Jean O'Donnell and wrote poetry about her. "It ('
Shrinking into her all-black ensemble in a cold Beverly Hills hotel room, the 64-year-old actress fidgets with her sleeves as she talks about her version of a five-year plan. "I am coming to the end of acting," she says with sureness. "I have a list:
The Pulitzer prize winning play is one of six productions the company will stage next year alongside two additional productions as part of it's new Black Swan Lab program that will support emerging artists. Thornton was a surprise guest at Monday
You can't miss the masochism in Vivien Leigh's screen characters...Rhett, Rhett, if you go, where shall I go, what shall I do? her Scarlett O'Hara whimpers at Clark Gable's Rhett Butler toward the end of Gone with the Wind (1939). He demolishes her
The title character in Blue Jasmine should be awful, but Cate Blanchett gives her a sad, wounded nobility. Jasmine is gradually losing her grip in a movie that could be titled A Streetcar Named Blue Jasmine . Like Blanche DuBois, Jasmine fled a
A Streetcar Named Desire Blanche may want magic and not realism, but in City Theatre's revival, it's realism that makes the magic Reviewed by Adam Roberts , Fri., Aug. 9, 2013 "We've had this date with each other from the beginning": Stanley (Tim
The film, Allen's best in years, has been described as a cross between Tennessee Williams' masterpiece and a Bernie Madoff -like tale, with Blanchett portraying Jasmine, the fancy Upper East Side wife of a crooked New York businessman thrown in jail
MailTribune.com The stage of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's new production of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" is dominated by Christopher Acebo's hulking, scrim-like evocation of a seedy New Orleans apartment building. Rather like
Even after 35 years in the spotlight, Jessica Lange gets a curveball thrown at her now and then. On a recent day at work on Season 2 of "American Horror Story," it was an unaccustomed song-and-dance number. "I'm not a singer I've only tried it once