DON'T MISS IT!

- The Wall Street Journal

A MONUMENTAL THEATRICAL ACCOMPLISHMENT.

- MD Theatre Guide

BETH HYLTON GIVES NEW MEANING TO THE TERM 'TOUR DE FORCE'

- BroadwayWorld

AS HEARTBREAKING AND URGENT NOW AS IT MUST HAVE BEEN IN 1947.

- DC Metro Theater Arts

Overview

One of the most remarkable plays of our time, Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize-winning southern drama comes to life on Everyman's stage. Blanche DuBois, a faded and delicate Southern Belle, has mysteriously arrived on the doorstep of her younger sister, Stella, and her husband, the sexy yet brutish Stanley Kowalski. Blanche makes herself at home in the couple's small apartment. However, Blanche's web of lies to cover her past soon begins to crumble. Her downward spiral brings her face to face with Stanley, leading to a final plea of passion and desperation that changes them both forever. 68 years after it was written, A Streetcar Named Desire is as spellbinding as ever.