Dragon will tell its own story of this classic about pretense and violence. This play won Tennessee Williams a Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It follows Blanche DuBois, an aging Southern Belle trying to run away from her shameful past in Mississippi. When she moves to New Orleans to live with her sister and brother-in-law, Blanche clashes with their rough, industrial lives and learns that she can run but she cannot escape trouble.
Directed by: Jeanie K. Smith
Blanche - Meredith Hagedorn*
Stella - Katie Anderson
Stanley - Andrew Harkins
Mitch - Troy Johnson
Steve/Doctor/Understudy - Charles McKeithan
Eunice/Understudy - Monica Colletti
Pablo/Paperboy/dead husband - Phillip Raupach
Flower Girl/Nurse - Mary Lou Torre
*Member of Actors' Equity Association
Executive Producer: Meredith Hagedorn
Assistant Director: Jeffrey Lo
Production Stage Manager: Dianne Vega
Assistant Stage Manager: Anna Crouch
Lighting Design: Jocelyn Squires
Sound Design: Gordon Smith
Properties Design: Gordon Smith
Costume Design: Leanne Moore
Set Designer: David Ferlauto
Master Carpenter: Neal Ormond
Set Construction Intern: Nikolaj Sorenson
Graphic Designer: Steve Virga
July 29 –Aug. 21, 2011
Thursdays – Saturdays @ 8pm, Sundays @ 2pm
Pay-What-You-Can Preview Thursday, July 28th @ 8pm
Opening night gala July 29th after the show
Talkback with the director and cast after the show on Sunday, August 14th
Please note: the August 6th performance is SOLD OUT.
Buy your tickets today online or by calling 1-800-838-3006!
Free street parking after 3pm, free parking garage on the corner of Alma & University, or $3 to park across the street in the Caltrain parking lot (pay station on train platform).
Official Website: http://www.dragonproductions.net/activities/2011season/streetcar.html
Added by Dragon Productions on July 11, 2011