A streetcar

Adopted by Tennessee Williams’ “A streetcar named desire”.

Directed by: Krzysztof Warlikowski.

With Isabelle Huppert

The legendary streetcar stops in Athens for Blanche DuBois to alight… The play that made Tennessee Williams’ name (New York, 1947) is haunted by legendary performances on stage and screen.
Krzysztof Warlikowski sheds light on the heroine’s inner world in parallel with the action as she is destroyed by the clash with her sister’s husband: innovative and poetic, the Polish director captures her face and its deep lines on video and adds memories from her readings. Blanche is played by the great Isabelle Huppert.

Co-produced by:Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe, Nowy Teatr – Varsovie, Grand théâtre du Luxembourg, De Koninklijke Schouwburg – Den Haag, Holland Festival – Amsterdam, Comédie de Genève, Berliner Festpiele, MC2: Grenoble, Athens Festival

French text: Wajdi Mouawad
Adaptation: Krzysztof Warlikowski, Piotr Gruszczyński & Wajdi Mouawad
Dramaturgy: Piotr Gruszczyński
Sets & Costumes: Małgorzata Szcześniak
Lighting: Felice Ross
Music: Paweł Mykietyn
Wigs & Make-up: Luc Verschueren
Video: Denis Guéguin
Sound: Jean-Louis Imbert

Blanche DuBois: Isabelle Huppert
Stanley Kowalski: Andrzej Chyra
Mitch: Yann Collette
Eunice: Renate Jett
Young Man: Florence Thomassin,
Stella: Cristian Soto

Singer: Renate Jett

source: greek

2 – 5 July 2010, 21:00

Peiraios 260, Stage H

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