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Dungarvan Town Hall Theatre from Monday, 26th September – Saturday, 1st October (6 nights)
Curtain Call Productions Dungarvan is delighted to announce the cast for our next production, Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. Thank you to all who came to the open readings last week and to the callbacks at the weekend. Director Mary Kelly had some tough decisions to make, but has assembled an extremely strong cast. So here goes!!
Blanche DuBois – Vanessa Leary-Hyde; Stanley Kowalski – Killian Power; Stella Kowalski – Emma Walsh; Harold “Mitch” Mitchell – Aaron Patrick Cowming; Eunice Hubbel – Fidelma Meaney; Steve Hubbel – James Fraher; Pablo – Martin Landers; Young Collector – David Power; Mexican Woman – Sharon O’Sullivan; Nurse – Samantha Hayes.
Well done to all, and here’s to another great Curtain Call production!
This is our fourth production, following on from the success of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (October 2014); Steel Magnolias (March 2015); and the Irish premier of The Graduate last October, which we also took on the festival circuit earlier this year, to great success. As a club, we continue to grow and challenge ourselves. This production is one of the more challenging ones, being as it is one of Tennessee Williams better-known and best-written plays. Indeed it is considered to be one of the best plays of the 20th Century. But with such a strong cast and director, we have no doubt that this will be another great success for Curtain Call and we look forward to bringing this iconic play to the Dungarvan Town Hall Theatre stage in a few months.
Rehearsals will commence next month, and the play will be staged in Dungarvan Town Hall Theatre from Monday, 26th September – Saturday, 1st October (6 nights), so mark the dates in your diary now! And keep an eye in the papers and on our Facebook page for more details of how our preparations are coming along!