Juliet Landau has found a wonderful way to honor women’s rights worldwide and the legacy of playwright Tennessee Williams. To celebrate the one-hundredth anniversary of Williams’ birth, Landau is producing and playing Blanche DuBois in a staged reading of Williams’ landmark A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, with the proceeds going to the organization Equality Now. The production is directed by John McNaughton (MAD DOG AND GLORY, HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER) and also features Matt Williamson as Stanley Kowalski, Tara Platt as Stella and Yuri Lowenthal as Mitch, with Cyrus Farmer, Seidy Lopez, Amy Jennings, Angel Fajardo and Cody Bushee in supporting roles.
The STREETCAR performances are two nights only, Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5, at 8 PM at the Lillian Theatre, 1096 N. Lillian Way, Hollywood CA 90038. A wine reception will follow each performance. Admission is pay what you can. As space is limited, reservations are advised, either via calling 323-634-4939 or emailing email@example.com