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A Streetcar Named Desire
a Drama
CATEGORY : DRAMA
by Tennessee Williams

COMPANY : Cobb Players [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Little General Playhouse
ID# 596

SHOWING : November 08, 2002 - December 01, 2002

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Blanche Dubois sees herself as a grande dame in the classic Southern tradition, but hard times have forced her to come and stay with her sister Stella in New Orleans. To get to Stella's house, she takes "a streetcar named Desire." Settling into the household, she runs headlong into Stella's husband Stanley Kowalski, an uneducated and sometimes violent man who has no use or respect for Blanche's notions of gentlity. He also has suspicions about how much reality they reflect. This drama by Mississippi playwright Tennessee Williams is a landmark of the 20th Century American theater.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Dale Michael Cox
Sound & Lights Michael Andrew Dillson
Costumes, Props Zanny Leach Dillson
Young Man Jay Christi
Stella Wendy Daniels
Nurse Zanny Leach Dillson
Blanche DuBois Kristine Lynch
Cast Sherri Taylor
Stanley Eric Zwiez
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