On Wednesday, Nov. 8, the audience at Tornabene Theatre was transported out of the Tucson desert and into 1940s New Orleans as “A Streetcar Named Desire” began its opening night.
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A power outage is part of the storyline in Jonathan Larson’s “Rent,” but the audience was not expecting the stage to go black just five minutes before intermission. Nevertheless, it made for an eventful opening night for Broadway In Tucson’s latest production at Centennial Hall on Friday, Nov. 3.
When Marlon Brando dropped to his knees and gave that guttural howl of “Stella!” in the film version of Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire,” audiences knew they were seeing a classic piece of American literature. Tornabene Theatre will host performances of Williams’ iconic play, performed by Arizona Repertory Theatre, from Nov. 5 to Dec. 3.
How do you make sense of the melting pot of Los Angeles in only three days? Reporter Moya Zhang is here to help.
Contrary to popular belief, I will not start this piece off with “G’day” because I have never greeted anyone like that before, despite living in Australia my whole life. Being an Australian exchange student at the University of Arizona this semester has certainly opened my eyes to a whole new world.