Vintage Theatre | “‘Streetcar’ is both harrowing and sublime”
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“‘Streetcar’ is both harrowing and sublime”

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“‘Streetcar’ is both harrowing and sublime”

Review by David Marlowe, 07/14

Craig Bond’s direction of Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” is outstanding! The intimacy of this Vintage Theatre production puts its audience in the hot, claustrophobic atmosphere of the Stanley Kowalski apartment in New Orleans.

¬†Haley Johnson’s portrayal of Blanche DuBois dazzles us with a poignant fragility that’s destined to be ravaged by Kurt Brighton’s brutish brother-in-law Stanley. Kelly Uhlenhopp is vibrant and robust as Blanche’s more reality-based sister, Stella. This is classic Williams that’s dark, serious drama that will rip your heart out!

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