Intiman's Streetcar Named Desire Pulls Into Seattle July 3

News   Intiman's Streetcar Named Desire Pulls Into Seattle July 3 The Intiman Theatre production of Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize-winning drama A Streetcar Named Desire – starring Angela Pierce and Jonno Roberts – begins performances July 3.
Angela Pierce and Jonno Roberts
Angela Pierce and Jonno Roberts

Pierce – who stood by for Natasha Richardson in the 2005 Streetcar revival – portrays Blanche Du Bois opposite Roberts (Take Me Out) as the menacing Stanley Kowalski. Williams' sexually charged drama – running through Aug. 3 – is staged by Intiman associate director Sheila Daniels, who makes her Intiman directorial debut with the production.

Streetcar also features Chelsey Rives as Stella and Tim True as Mitch, as well as ensemble members Colin L. Byrne (A Young Collector), Jose J. Gonzales (Pablo Gonzales), Timothy Hyland (Steve Hubbell), Charles Leggett (Doctor), Rebecca Meneses (Flower Seller), Shelley Reynolds (Eunice Hubbell) and Khatt Taylor (Nurse).

Jose J. Gonzales has composed original music for the Intiman production that is performed by cast members Colin L. Byrne, Jose J. Gonzales and Charles Leggett.

The design team comprises Thomas Lynch (scenic design), Frances Kenny (costume design), L.B. Morse (lighting and projection design), Joseph Swartz (sound design), Peter Dylan O’Connor (fight choreography) and Lisa Norman (dialect coach).

Tickets for productions at the Intiman, 201 Mercer Street at Seattle Center, can be purchased by calling (206) 269-1900. For more information visit intiman.org.