Written by: Jay Malarcher 

Contemporary Arts Center (CAC)    3/22/1996 - 4/14/1996 (schedule)

Category:  Comedy · World Premiere

A one man play about a director's wacky concept of setting Tennesee Williams' A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE in Shakesperean times. After all if you can do Shakespeare in modern dress, why can't you do Williams in Elizabethan garb?

Luis Q. Barroso.... Tristan Marks *
*=featured role

John Grimsley ....  Director
Edward R. Cox ....  Prop Master; Crew

References: Media
Record created by: mcahill
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