A Streetcar Named Desire

A TDM Senior Thesis Production

Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Mitchell Polonsky ’19

PERFORMANCE DATES AND SHOWTIMES

Farkas Hall

Friday, October 12th at 7:30 pm
Saturday, October 13th at 7:30pm
Sunday, October 14th at 2pm

Admission is free for all! Email [email protected]com to reserve your tickets!

ABOUT THE SHOW

The Goat Exchange and Harvard’s Theater, Dance, and Media department present a radical new interpretation of Tennessee Williams’ beloved classic A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, widely considered the greatest American drama. This production weaves together media from the ground-breaking 1951 film staring Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh with live performance, music, and dance into a thrilling multimedia event presenting a profound contemporary perspective on this timeless story.

**This production includes depictions of sexual assault, suicide, and gender-based violence.**

CAST

Blanche … Chloe Brooks/Vivien Leigh
Stanley … Julius Wade/Marlon Brando
Stella … Enosa Ogbeide/Anna Schuliger
Mitch … Jacob Roberts