Sexually charged and imaginatively set, Perth's brand new production of Tennessee Williams' classic play is gearing up to set the Fair City alight.
Horsecross creative director, Ian Grieve, has created a multi-dimensional work, which delves deep into the many controversial themes of the original piece, employing cutting edge technology and experienced actors to convey its relevance to modern audiences.
The play's themes of illusion versus reality and the power balance between men and women are set in 1940s New Orleans, however, its sexual tension and power play are entirely relevant to the 21st century.
A Street Car Named Desire stars Amanda Beveridge as faded Southern belle, Blanche Dubois and Suzanne Donaldson as her sister Stella. The two women come from a disappearing world of privilege and aristocracy, a lifestyle for which Blanche still yearns, while Stella has reconciled herself to downtown life with passionate but brutish husband Stanley, portrayed by Kenny Blyth.
Perth favourites Lesley Mackie and Terry Wale add their weight to a very strong cast in this dramatic and steamy production.
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