A Curve Production

A Streetcar Named Desire

Synopsis

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“Whoever you are — I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.”

Tennessee Williams’ masterpiece is brought to life in a new production directed by Curve Artistic Director, Nikolai Foster.

New Orleans. 1940s. Blanche arrives at her sister’s tiny apartment in the lively French Quarter, her world falling apart and haunted by the loss of the family’s luxurious Southern mansion. With broken dreams and a desperate desire to cling on to her freedom, Blanche seeks comfort from her sister, Stella. But as tensions – and passions – rise, Blanche finds herself thrown into a catastrophic confrontation with Stella’s husband Stanley.

Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning drama was one of the most influential plays of the twentieth century. Exploring the beauty, fragility and loneliness of the human experience, this production is set to be a highlight of our Autumn season.

RUNNING TIME:
2 hours 30 mins (including 20mins interval)
Suitable for ages 12+

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Credits & Acknowledgments

Director— Nikolai Foster
Designer — Michael Taylor
Lighting Designer — Guy Hoare
Composer — David Shrubsole
Sound Designer — Adam McCready
Fight Director — Kevin McCurdy
Casting Director — Kay Magson
Voice Coach — Tim Charrington

Reviews

Cast & Creative

Nicholas Alexander

Young Collector / Doctor

Charlie Brooks

Blanche DuBois

Stewart Clarke

Stanley Kowalski

Sandy Foster

Eunice Hubbel

Patrick Knowles

Mitch

Natasha Magigi

Nurse/Neighbour

Charlie De Melo

Pablo Gonzales

Mark Peachey

Steve Hubbel

Dakota Blue Richards

Stella Kowalski

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