A Streetcar Named Desire

Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Jacqueline Poquette

In Tennessee Williams' most famous (and successful) play, faded Southern belle Blanche DuBois makes her way to New Orleans to stay with her sister and crass brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski. Why did she leave her mansion home back in Mississippi? Did she break the law? Cause a scandal? And which sister really causes Stanley to bellow the most famous single name ever heard on stage: "STELL-A!"? "The play is written with a triumphantly heightened naturalism, in which the rhythms and images of ordinary life are subtly combined and contrasted with a verselike elegance of phrase." THE NEW REPUBLIC

March 23 – April 13, 2019
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($21)
Sundays at 2pm ($17)


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Friday/Saturday: $21
Sunday: $17

Please be considerate of your fellow ticket buyers and try not to leave a single seat in a row.

Depending on the performance, the following seats are held to accommodate people with disabilities who can transfer into the seat. - Row K, Seats 1&2, Row B, Seats 1&2, Row E, Seats 1&2 or Row H, Seats 1&2. They can be purchased by calling the box office at 201-261-4200. These seats will be released for public sale two weeks prior to performance.

NOTE: This show contains Adult Language and Situtations