A Streetcar Named Desire: Tennessee Williams' Drama from Altarena Playhouse
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This was my first time at the Altarena Playhouse and I will definitely be going back! If I had paid for a full price ticket, I would not have been disappointed. The woman who played Blanche DuBois was fantastic. The theater is very intimate and they served complimentary soda and cookies during the intermission.
Tennessee Williams’ steamy and sensual A Streetcar Named Desire is best known as the landmark American drama that introduced Marlon Brando to the world. But there’s so much more to this vivid story of Blanche DuBois and her tragic struggle with fantasy and reality. Rediscover Streetcar’s smoldering poetry and shocking intensity in Altarena Playhouse’s intimate, ‘in-the-round’ production. This is the very first production of a full-length Tennessee Williams play in the Altarena’s history. The production is directed by Sue Trigg, who directed the Altarena’s critically acclaimed productions of “Death Of A Salesman” and “Morning’s At Seven.”