Pierce and Roberts to Star in Streetcar, Bledsoe and Corbett to Be Part of Little Dog at the Intiman

News   Pierce and Roberts to Star in Streetcar, Bledsoe and Corbett to Be Part of Little Dog at the Intiman Seattle's Intiman Theatre has announced casting for its forthcoming productions of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire and Douglas Carter Beane's The Little Dog Laughed.

Under the artistic leadership of Tony-nominated director Bartlett Sherr, the Intiman will present Streetcar July 3-Aug. 2. Intiman associate director Sheila Daniels makes her directorial debut at the Seattle venue with the Williams classic.

Confirmed for the production are Angela Pierce – who covered Natasha Richardson in the 2005 Streetcar revival – as Blanche DuBois, Jonno Roberts (Take Me Out) as Stanley Kowalski, Chelsey Rives as Stella and Tim True as Mitch.

The ensemble includes Colin L. Byrne, Jose J. Gonzales, Timothy Hyland, Charles Leggett, Rebecca Meneses, Shelley Reynolds and Khatt Taylor. Jose J. Gonzales has composed original music for the Intiman production.

After Streetcar pulls out, Fracaswell Hyman will stage Beane's Tony-nominated comedy The Little Dog Laughed, Aug. 15-Sept. 13.

The Little Dog Laughed company includes Neal Bledsoe as movie star Mitchell with Quinlan Corbett as his callboy Alex, Megan Hill as Alex's girlfriend Ellen, and Christa Scott-Reed as Mitchell's scene-stealing agent, Diane. The Intiman has also announced that Pam MacKinnon (Off-Broadway's The Occupant) will make her Intiman directorial debut with Robert Penn Warren's political drama All the King's Men, running Sept. 26-Nov. 8.

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.