Latest A Streetcar Named Desire Stories

2009-07-01 15:47:53

U.S. actor Karl Malden, winner of both Academy and Emmy awards, died Wednesday in California at age 97, family members said. Malden's family informed the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences of the veteran actor's death, KTLA-TV, Los Angeles, reported.

2008-09-27 09:00:21

By TIM CORNWELL THERE WAS ONE PLAY BY TENnessee Williams, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer of such American classics as A Streetcar Named Desire, which he never wanted performed in his lifetime.

2008-09-16 15:00:25

By JIM BECKERMAN Luckily, Blanche DuBois seduces only the audience.

2008-09-15 06:00:26

By Marty Crisp Theater Review New Orleans doesn't run a streetcar down Desire Street anymore. It runs a bus - just another example of how we're losing our sense of romance.

2008-07-17 12:00:49

By Katie McDowell, The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va. Jul. 17--"A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" will be performed at 8 p.m. today-Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday on the Lyell B. Clay Concert Theatre stage in the WVU Creative Arts Center. Info and tickets: wvpublictheatre. com or call 291-4122.

2006-12-16 09:00:00

You probably won't hear about this Hollywood thriller at the next Academy Awards. It seems the Oscar that has graced Karl Malden's mantel for decades -- the one he won for "A Streetcar Named Desire" -- is a fraud.

2005-12-18 14:43:30

By Russell McCulley NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Derailed by Hurricane Katrina for more than three months, New Orleans' historic streetcar service began rolling again on Sunday morning, restoring a much-loved symbol of the devastated city.

2005-11-11 08:14:30

By Arthur Spiegelman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - He was one of Hollywood's and Broadway's greatest directors and the canon of American literature owes him mightily for being the midwife who brought "Death of a Salesman" and "A Streetcar Named Desire" to life.

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