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Things are heating up in New Orleans in Tennessee William’s masterpiece – A Streetcar Named Desire. It’s a scorching tale of lust, insanity and the Old South.
Blanche DuBois has come to New Orleans to escape. Is the apartment she shares with her sister, Stella, and her oafish brother-in-law, Stanley, a cage she may not escape from with her mind intact!
Directed by Liz Christensen, this production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” is a play of gothic images of class, gentility and a world that is no longer.
Join Blanche, Stanley and Stella in the Leishman Performance Hall at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre. Reserve your tickets by calling the box office at 801-298-1302 or go online to cptutah.org.
Written by Tennessee Williams, this play is full of characters making poor choices. It is not recommended for young audience. PG-13, if rated on the movie scale.