A Streetcar Named Desire is the story of a culture clash between Blanche DuBois, who represents the Old South, and Stanley
Kowalski, who represents the rising urban, industrial class. This landmark Tennessee Williams' play first took the stage
in 1947 and you can't miss its revival! So what are you waiting for? Get your Broadway
and national tour tickets now before they are all gone!
American playwright Tennessee Williams received a Pulitzer Prize for A Streetcar Named Desire in 1947 and famed director
Elia Kazan made the masterpiece into an Academy Award-winning film in 1951. The play first opened on Broadway in 1947 and
closed two years later at the Ehtel Barrymore, directed by Kazan and starring Marlon Brando, Jessica Tandy, Kim Hunter and
Karl Malden. In 1995 the play was made into an opera.
There is no play like A Streetcar Named Desire! In 1948 playwright Tennessee Williams received a Pulitzer Prize for his
masterpiece and that same year Jessica Tandy was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her role! Come
see history take the stage when you get your A Streetcar Named Desire
New York tickets today and enjoy the show with your family and friends!