Shakespeare's Romantic Comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream
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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, Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer-winning drama, which was famously adapted into a movie starring 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. Learn More
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The actors and actresses knew their lines but the casting left something to be desired. There was no program available so I don't know names. They said someone was supposed to have some more printed and it looks like they didn't. The size of some of the women was very distracting. A morbidly obese woman in red and yellow mesh was sad. In the opening scene, she had on a black sleeveless gown. Some arm covering might have helped. Puck was very pale without his shirt. i am very sad it was a bad experience, I was really looking forward to the play and had invited my 23 year old granddaughter to go with me. She was active in the Emily Ann Theatre group and acted in several plays in high school and is in a theatre class at San Jac. We left at intermission, we had enjoyed as much as we could stand. Also obviously the women's rest room had not been cleaned from the day before. Waste basket was overflowing onto the floor. Overall, was not a good experience. Aliene Adams