The ATC is proud to present Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, one of the greatest classics of American theatre, directed by Carrie Ellwanger. This epic production is part of the ATC's 50th anniversary celebrations.
Synopsis: her family estate lost to creditors, Blanche DuBois arrives at the New Orleans tenement home of her sister and brother-in-law, Stella and Stanley Kowalski, igniting a contest of wills, with Blanche and Stanley vying for Stella’s allegiance.
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“I don’t believe in ‘original sin.’ I don't believe in 'guilt.' I don’t believe in villains or heroes — only right or wrong ways that individuals have taken, not by choice but by necessity or by still-uncomprehended influences in themselves, their circumstances, and their antecedents.” Tennessee Williams
"I can recall where I was sitting at that first Streetcar viewing -- in about the seventh or eighth row to the right of center. It took only a few minutes to realize that the play and production had thrown open doors to another theater world. This was not due to any invention in the play's structure, with its tangible, realistic story-telling line. Rather, it was the writing itself that left one excited and elevated." Arthur Miller