An emotional tour de force, this steamy ballet delves deep into the delicate mental state of Blanche Dubois, one of Tennessee Williams’ most enduring characters. Williams’ 1948 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama remains as shocking and relevant today, especially in this production originally conceived by choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and theater and film director Nancy Meckler. This visually stunning ballet is a provocative and mesmerizing exploration of truth, lies, memory, and desire.
Content Warning: A Streetcar Named Desire, a classic in American literature, is recommended for adult audiences due to its mature themes which depicted through dance include sexual violence, physical and emotional abuse. For more information, please contact us or view our Patrons Guide.
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