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Gillian Anderson to perform in A Streetcar Named Desire Anderson has taken a number of roles on the London stage Gillian Anderson is making a return to the London stage to play the lead in the Young Vic's adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire. The
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
From 'Once' to Itzhak Perlman, there's something for all tastes firstname.lastname@example.org As usual, the upcoming season at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts in Tampa offers a little something to suit just about anyone's taste, from Shana Banana to "
May 11 Streetcar in the Round Monday, May 13, 2013 Article Tools A Streetcar Named Desire typically requires an elaborate set. In his stage directions, Tennessee Williams specifies that the French Quarter flat of Stanley and Stella Kowalski has two
Theater Presents A Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams's Classic Play Gets Up Front Production Tuesday, May 7, 2013 Article Tools Hey, Stella! Who among us has not at some point bellowed like Brando, even if only for laughs? Tennessee Williams'
Previn's adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play, with a libretto by Philip Littell, returned for Thursday night's semistaged concert performance at Carnegie Hall with Renee Fleming, who sang Blanche Dubois at the San Francisco Opera's world
Text Size: tool goes here The Valley's hot theater streak continues this week. Along with the excitement of the premiere of "Next to Normal" (see cover story), two other anticipated productions open: The Fourth Wall Theatre tackles "Avenue Q" at the
The film was directed by Elia Kazan , co-written by Williams and featured most of the original cast including Marlon Brando, who made his cinematic debut with the film. Brando consequently began a career that saw him firmly placed among one of the
Impossible is clearly not a word Nancy Meckler chooses to hear. The theatre director who made her name compressing vast, sprawling novels for the stage with the company Shared Experience has now tackled a famously text-heavy play for Scottish Ballet.
Blair Underwood has all of that, and so very much more in the superior production of Tennessee Williams' masterpiece at the Broadhurst Theatre. The play does not have the happier Hollywood ending the 1951 movie has, and that wasn't exactly a day