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A Streetcar Named Desire is a splendid picture of French Quarter of New Orleans coming to life amidst the jittery mindset of the two main characters. Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski, encounter each other’s old and new found identity in vex. As a traditionalist Southern lady, Blanche is adamant on retaining link to her roots in the context of her turbulent past. Seeking refuge she arrives at her sister Stella Kowalski’s residence in Elysian Fields Avenue. Via a streetcar route named Desire, she reaches an urban setting that is thoroughly provocative. The apparently blunt, uncomplicated and sexy Stanley Kowalski, Stella’s husband is another side of the story. This ripping character, urbanized he may seem, is all savage and crude. Stella his wife all care, sympathy and strength and Blanche’s support; who finds her life falling apart amidst unresolved conflict of Blanche and Kowlonski’s opposing stances.
A Streetcar Named Desire is a stunning pierce of work that relies on realistic acting. It has been revived through numerous productions on stage and adaptations for opera, ballet film and television. Nominated for numerous awards, the play claimed big ones like the 1948 New York Drama Critics' Circle Best Play Award followed by the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1948 for Williams. These two led the way as the basic award winning design and plot. In their footsteps the cast started delivering and brought home the Theater World Award 1992, in the category of Best Actress in a Play for Jessica Lange.
A Streetcar Named Desire debut premier in 1947 took place under Broadway’s umbrella. It opened the show to public in Shubert in New Haven. Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick, this play proved to be what the audiences had been waiting for. A Streetcar Named Desire acted as a dose to tranquilize and evade a nerve wrecking transition to fast paced perplexed urban life. The opening night show was directed by Eliza Kazan and had a star cast studded with celebrities like Marlon Brando, Jessica Tandy, Kim Hunter, and Karl Malden. The two-year run of the show following from this point on advocated that A Streetcar Named Desire was just what the doctor prescribed. Despite the crudeness that surfaced thought the staging the audience found the theme and drama a perfect team. The melancholy and cynicism manifested the social mindset perhaps for everyone to reflect upon and generated applause and standing ovations for most of the shows conducted in this two year run.
The first Broadway production and the 1992 revival at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre starring Alec Baldwin and Jessica Lange paved way for successful film and television adaptations. Another remarkable revival was at the Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre in 1997 that became fiftieth anniversary production. The 2005 Broadway facelift again tried to make a comeback as the biggest revival. However, The Sydney Theatre Company production directed by Liv Ullmann won the cake with Cate Blanchett as Blanche. The London's West End production directed by Rob Ashford starring Rachel Weisz and Ruth Wilson became the most critically and publically acclaimed revival of the A Streetcar Named Desire. The Olivier Award 2010 for Best Actress in a Play for Rachel Weisz and 2010 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Play said it all.
A vivid form of dramatic naturalism, A Streetcar Named Desire casts melodrama in a rather meaningful manner. Portraying the true personality of the lead star, the play’s melodramatic lines theme and content; the play wows with mesmeric acts and sub acts. A Streetcar Named Desire tickets bring this season’s presentation of this powerful play of words, thoughts and actions that is surely awe inspiring. Book A Streetcar Named Desire tickets to watch this inciting play and enjoy melodramatic theater once again.
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