A Streetcar Named Desire
Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Nathan Motta
Considered one of the greatest plays written for the American Theatre, A Streetcar Named Desire is Tennessee Williams' timeless classic about delusion, reality, madness, love, and loss. Set in a small garden apartment in 1940s New Orleans, Stanley Kowalski's primitive desires violently class with Blanch Dubois' longing for a past which may or may not have ever existed. Immortalized by the film starring Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh, this iconic play blends grittiness and lyricism to create some of the most memorable and heart-wrenching characters ever created.
TWO EXCLUSIVE LIMITED-NIGHT DINNER AND A SHOW OPTIONS for A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
$25.00 with code DIN when ordering tickets
Friday, April 21, 2017 – A Streetcar Named Desire
Friday, April 28, 2017 – A Streetcar Named Desire
Dinner at Elements Bistro and a ticket to the CSU Theatre Production
Tickets are by pre-reservation only, no walk ups.
TO BUY: 216-241-6000 / www.playhousesquare.org
$25 tickets have limited availability.
Pre-reservations required through Playhouse Square.
* Patrons do not need to call the restaurant prior to make a reservation - they just need to purchase the D&S ticket through Playhouse Square*
A special menu will be presented for the evening with choice of appetizer, dinner and dessert. Alcohol is not included in the price. Dinner at Elements Bistro on Euclid is any time after 4:30pm through show start time. Elements does not sell show tickets or packages.
Elements Bistro on Euclid
2300 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115
Children under two years old are generally not permitted in the theaters. At designated performances Children of all ages are permitted. However, everyone regardless of age must have a ticket. All children must be seated with an adult. Any person disrupting a performance or inhibiting the enjoyment of an event for guests may be removed from the theater without refund.
Additional Ticket Information
Dinner & a Show is available on April 21th and 28th