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A Streetcar Named Desire (2014 London, 2016 New York)

St Ann’s Warehouse

by Teddy Wolff

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The Sweetest Swing in Baseball (2004)

Pièce de théâtre jouée du 25 mars au 15 mai 2004 au Royal Court à Londres.

“Dana est une artiste peintre dont la renommée n’est plus à faire… Malgré cela, ses dernières œuvres ont fait un flop total et après une tentative de suicide échouée, elle sera admise dans un hôpital psychiatrique dans lequel elle ne peut séjourner que quelques jours. Ayant peur d’affronter la vie réelle et afin de rester le plus longtemps possible à l’hôpital, elle va décider avec l’aide de deux autres malades de feindre la double personnalité en se prenant pour un joueur de baseball de légende : Darryl Strawberry.”

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Olivier Awards 2015

Gillian is nominated for Best Actress in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE : Olivier Awards 2015.



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Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster on A Streetcar Named Desire: ‘We’re not doing a full-on sex show…’

Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster tell Sarah Crompton about their suggestive, violent new Young Vic production of A Streetcar Named Desire

Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster star in a new production of A Streetcar Named Desire Photo: Laura Braun

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Our Town (2013)

Theatre depaul

1901, In Grover’s Corners. Winner of the 1938 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this haunting and unsentimental piece shares moments from the lives of two families in their small New England town. Often called the Great American play, Our Town challenges us to realize life as we live it.

A family drama about seemingly little things that matter in profound ways—featuring appearances by special guest alumni and an ensemble of graduate and undergraduate actors in their final years of conservatory training. 

Each night of this production will feature a surprise appearance by special guest alumni including (in alphabetical order): Tom Amandes, Gillian Anderson, W. Earl Brown, Ann Dowd, Mary Grill, John Hoogenakker, Lisa Joyce, Adam Poss, PJ Powers, John C. Reilly, and Lucy Sandy.

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