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A Streetcar Named Desire   

Vivian Beaumont Theatre, (4/26/1973 - 7/29/1973)
First Preview: Apr 14, 1973 Total Previews: 13
Opening Date: Apr 26, 1973    
Closing Date: Jul 29, 1973 Total Performances: 110

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A drama in two acts
Setting: Spring, summer, and early fall. New Orleans.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving)
Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Jules Irving)
Written by Tennessee Williams; Incidental music by Cathy MacDonald; Assistant to Ms. MacDonald & Lyrics for Miss LeNoire's Songs: Barbara Bonfigli
Directed by Ellis Rabb
Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt; Lighting Design by John Gleason; Costume Design by Nancy Potts; Sound Design by Gary Harris; Assistant to Mr. Schmidt: Barry Williams and Paul Zalon; Assistant to Ms. Potts: Steve Atha; Production Assistant to Mr. Gleason: Judy Binus; Hair Design by Jim Sullivan; Make-Up Design by Jim Sullivan
General Manager: Alan Mandell
Production Stage Manager: Barbara-Mae Phillips; Stage Manager: Patrick Horrigan; Production Supervisor: Frank Bayer; Production Manager: Bruce Hoover
Assistant to the Director: Joan Houseman; Speech Consultant: Edith Skinner; Lincoln Center Public Relations Director: Susan Bloch; Lincoln Center Casting Director: Frederick Brahms; Lincoln Center Public Relations Associate: William Schelble; Lincoln Center Public Relations Assistant: Norman J-F Lombino; Advertising: Hy Jacobs and Lawrence Weiner and Associates; Photographer: Martha Swope
Cast
Penelope Allen
Nurse
Philip Bosco
Harold Mitchell
"Mitch"
Brian Brownlee
Young Collector
Patricia Conolly
Stella Kowalski
Frank Dwyer
Habitué of the Quarter
James Farentino
Stanley Kowalski
Ray Fry
Doctor
Donald M. Griffith
Habitué of the Quarter
Rosemary Harris
Blanche Du Bois
Rosetta LeNoire
Woman
Everett McGill
Habitué of the Quarter
Ellen Newman
Habitué of the Quarter
John Newton
Habitué of the Quarter
Robert Phalen
Habitué of the Quarter
Priscilla Pointer
Eunice Hubbell
Dan Sullivan
Pablo Gonzales
Robert Symonds
Steve Hubbell
Sydney Walker
Mexican Man
Alyce E. Webb
Habitué of the Quarter
James Ray Weeks
Habitué of the Quarter
Understudies: Penelope Allen (Blanche Du Bois), Frank Dwyer (Doctor), Donald M. Griffith (Mexican Man, Pablo Gonzales), Everett McGill (Young Collector), Ellen Newman (Eunice Hubbell, Nurse, Stella Kowalski), John Newton (Harold Mitchell), Robert Phalen (Pablo Gonzales, Steve Hubbell), Dan Sullivan (Stanley Kowalski) and Alyce E. Webb (Woman)
Drama Desk Award
winner 1973 Outstanding Performance [winner]
Performer: Rosemary Harris
Theatre World
winner 1973 Award [recipient]
James Farentino