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Blanche upstaged in soft-porn Un Tramway Nommé Désir

When a renowned Quebec director takes on a Pulitzer-winning American classic and casts a noted vedette in the lead role, expectations are high that a memorable evening of theatre will result. 607 more words

Theatre

“Make voyages! Attempt them! There is nothing else.”

-Tennessee Williams
Travel

Review: The Rose Tattoo // Shattered Globe Theatre

Legend has it that when Tennessee Williams’ play The Rose Tattoo was first produced in Ireland during the 50s – the director was arrested for lewdness. 316 more words

Theatre Review

Marlon Brando Hey STELLA

“HEY STELLA-AAAAAAA” !!!!

 


Marlon Brando

 

in

 

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS

 

STREETCAR NAME DESIRE

 

 

 

 

 

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

 

Stanley Kuwalski, Stella, Mitch, Blanche DuBois

and Stanley’s Friends

 

A Beautiful Painting… 22 more words

MARLON BRANDO HEY STELLA

Thinking About A Streetcar Named Desire

Last Sunday I spent the afternoon watching A Streetcar Named Desire, and I have thought about it almost every day since.  I had seen it a few years ago, but I hadn’t been as immersed in the world of scent at the time, and new aspects of the film struck me during this recent viewing. 1,033 more words

Musings

A Streetcar Named Desire

The Young Vic’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams, was everything an audience certainly desires, with intensity and cutting modern edge, the play scourges with such ferocity that it will always be remembered. 311 more words

Theatre

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Granada for ITV, 1976)

The third screening in our Classics on TV: Great American Playwrights season at BFI Southbank this month is of the 1976 Granada for ITV production of  617 more words

Plays