Last Chance: Hartford Streetcar Stops Aug. 1; Stapleton Arrives Aug. 13

News   Last Chance: Hartford Streetcar Stops Aug. 1; Stapleton Arrives Aug. 13
 
The acclaimed Hartford Stage production of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, which began a two-week return engagement July 15, will end its run Aug. 1.

The acclaimed Hartford Stage production of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, which began a two-week return engagement July 15, will end its run Aug. 1.

The show originally opened Sept. 16, 1998, to rave reviews in the New York Post and New York magazine. The remounting features the original cast of Annalee Jefferies as Blanche, James Colby as Stanley, Alyssa Bresnahan as Stella and Robert Clohessy as Mitch.

Streetcar returns as part of Hartford Stages' "Summer Stage" series, an initiative by new artistic director Michael Wilson. The series will also feature Rhoda Lerman's Eleanor -- Her Secret Journey, a portrait of former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt starring Jean Stapleton and directed by John Tillinger. Stapleton, recently on the Hartford stage playing a part in Horton Foote's The Death of Papa, tackles Eleanor Aug. 13-22.

For information, call Hartford Stage, (860) 527-5151.

-- By Robert Simonson

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