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Posted on: June 11, 2017 Posted by: Mary Comments: 0

Review of A Streetcar Named Desire by Jean Balmforth

How full of riches this play is: poetically heightened language, intense emotions and enthralling, psycho-sexual, narrative. It also has a setting of unique charm: the faded French quarter of mid twentieth century New Orleans, where live jazz and blues are the background music to city dwellers’ lives. Tennessee Williams is a distinctive voice in American Theatre and Streetcar is his masterpiece. Quite a challenge for the KLP, under the direction…