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“For time is the longest distance between two places.”

- Tennessee Williams


11 Questions with the cast of A Streetcar Named Desire - Claire Prempeh

Claire Prempeh can be seen on stage in A Streetcar Named Desire, here are her answers to our 11 Questions…

What are you usually doing 10 minutes before the show begins? 215 more words

Young Vic

A Streetcar Named Desire

When tickets went on sale for A Streetcar Named Desire last month, I was determined to get some. The production at The Young Vic in London has a great cast, including Gillian Anderson who I have become a big fan of since last year’s The Fall in which she played detective Stella Gibson. 527 more words

Film & Theatre

11 Questions with the cast of A Streetcar Named Desire - Ben Foster

Ben Foster can be seen on stage as Stanley in our 5 star production of Tenessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, here are his answers to our 11 Questions… 207 more words

Young Vic

Out of Print

So if you can’t already tell I’m kind of a nerd. well, I think I’m more dorky than I am nerdy, but I do get nerdy about certain things. 292 more words

The Boys of Summer... Suddenly, Last Summer.

I wonder if it’s for the best that the trilogy of acclaimed Tennessee Williams plays of the 1950s were all directed by different people, lest their power with themes of the repressed queer, simmering madness, and familial tensions be put into a lone director’s wheelhouse and criticized for repetitiveness. 811 more words


Hit Me With Your Best Shot: Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)

Here’s something the casual viewer, like me, probably doesn’t know about Suddenly, Last Summer: the movie is bonkers. Based on the Tennessee Wiliams play, it tells the story of a traumatized young woman (Elizabeth Taylor), an eccentric widow (Katharine Hepburn), and a doctor specialized in lobotomies (Montgomery Clift). 320 more words

Hit Me With Your Best Shot