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The last date listed for Hotel Paradiso was Sunday August 11, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Some plays can be summed up in an image, others a phrase, but only one masterpiece can be summarized with a scream: "Stelllaaa!!!" That masterpiece, of course, is A Streetcar Named Desire, the Pulitzer-winning drama by Tennessee Williams, which was famously adapted into a feature film featuring Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh. Set during a steamy summer in New Orleans' French Quarter, a vulnerable Blanche DuBois seeks shelter at the apartment of her pregnant sister Stella and Stella's husband Stanley. Fragile Blanche and brutish Stanley immediately clash, and tensions only escalate when the two are left alone in the house after Stella heads to the hospital to give birth. The Group Rep presents A Streetcar Named Desire directed by L. Flint Esquerra. Learn More
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Featured review from BuckRed Velvet
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NO, NO, NO...what were they thinking with this play? way to long and way over acted by the cast. They did not have to yell their lines out and two intermissions were way to many!
We got the point but they drove the point into our hearts and killed any interest I had left in this play the first hour not to mention the other 1 1/4 hours to go!
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"Hotel Paradiso" was a nice experience. The exaggerations (hyperbole) as well as the overall plot was easy to follow for both the audience member who may simply wish to be entertained via an easy-to-comprehend plot ... as well as the audience...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre
Founded in 1972, the Group Rep at the Lonny Chapman Theatre has won almost every drama award imaginable, plus many special awards from the community for its work with young people, seniors and the physically impaired. The company’s play choices are eclectic and offbeat.