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A Streetcar Named Desire
- by Tennessee Williams
- directed by Damon Kiely
In 1940s New Orleans on a street named Elysian Fields, the air is thick with jazz piano, whiskey, violence, love, and desperate choices. A timeless classic of the American Theatre and winner of the 1948 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Tennessee Williams’ poetic realism wears its heart on its sleeve.
- For mature audiences.
- October 02, 2008 - October 11, 2008
- Previews : WED 10/1 & THU 10/2 at 7:30pm
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922-1999
- The cast features
Rashad Hall (Steve), Nicholas Harper (Man/Doctor), Erica Ikeda (Woman/Matron), Edward Karch (Mitch), Jonathan Kitt (Stanley Kowalski), Megan Kohl (Blanche DuBois), Lucy Sandy (Stella Kowalski) , Joshua Torres (Pablo), Jamila Turner Young (Eunice).
The production team includes scenic design by Lauren Angelopoulos,costume design by Richie Fine,lighting design by Casey Diers,sound design by Toy Delorio,dramaturgy by Kelly Hires,stage management by Kristen Torgrimson,musical composition by Mark Elliott,fight choreography by Stephen Anderson,and dialect coaching by Phil Timberlake.