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A Streetcar Named Desire 2013 Last Modified: Monday, December 30, 2013
Presented on Our Main Stage
A Streetcar Named Desire
By Tennessee Williams.
A Live Theater Production of the Literary Classic Drama.
Directed by Rebecca Manion.
Rating: Mature content, language and violence.

Performance Dates:
October 2013

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From Dramatists Play Service:

Williams' classic drama, set in the French Quarter of 1940's New Orleans, exposes the delusions of fragile Southern belle Blanche DuBois, when she comes to live with her sister, Stella, and her brother-in-law Stanley. The pressure brought to bear upon Blanche by Stella, intensified by the earthy and extremely "normal" Stanley, leads to a revelation of her self-delusion and, in the end, to madness.

"This celebrated play had a long and successful run on Broadway and the road. A tragic and effective drama which ranks as one of the greatest in our theatre." - Dramatists Play Service

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Published by Dramatists Play Service.

The Set

Amy Young as Eunice

Cameron Jones as Stanley Kowalski

Nicole Amonette as Stella Kowalski

Role Actor
Eunice: Amy Young
Stanley Kowalski: Cameron Jones
Stella Kowalski: Nicole Amonette
Steve Hubbell: Carl Schwarz
Harold Mitchell (Mitch): Kevin Day
Blanche DuBois: Betsey Ledbetter
Mr. Johnson and Young Collector:
Jacob Houpt
Hooker and Nurse: Sara Barlow
Doctor and Street Bum: Garrett Brenneman
Production Staff
Producer: Gene Forsyth
Director: Rebecca Manion
Asst. Director/Stage Manager: Chip Hightower

Our Crew
Set Construction: Harvie Arington
Darryl Millard
Set Painting: Tiffany Fryar
Carl Schwarz
Rebecca Manion
Set Decorator: Rebecca Manion
Nicole Amonette
Lighting Design: Zachary Powers
Light Technician: Woodrow "Chip" Hightower
Kelly Aubuchon
Sound Design/Tech: Woodrow "Chip" Hightower
Leight Griffin
Props: Rebecca Manion
Woodrow "Chip" Hightower
Todd Lucas
Prop Manager: Angie Smith
Costumes, Hair, Make-up: Cast and Crew
Publicity: Gene Forsyth
Programs: Neil Richardson
Leigh Griffin

Pocket Community Theatre Staff
Production Committee Chair: Steve Burns
Treasurer: Robert L. Simpson
Office: Margaret Forsyth
Graphic Arts: Neil Richardson
Leigh Griffin
Webmaster: John Lukas
Building Maintenance: Harvie Arington
Photography: Rebecca Manion
Carl Schwarz as Steve Hubbell

Kevin Day as Harold Mitchell (Mitch)

Betsey Ledbetter as Blanche DuBois

Jacob Houpt as Mr. Johnson

Sara Barlow as The Hooker

Garrett Brenneman as The Street Bum

Crew Members Chip Hightower and Rebecca Manion

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Todd Lucas
Linda Millard
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