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Drama News and Reviews
Streetcar Named Desire1 Reaches CaDital
By Jay Carmody
Washingtonians who may have
grown hazy on young Tennessee
Williams’ high place in playwriting
can have it all clarified for them
again at the Gayety.
There Williams' prize play, "A
Street Car Named Desire,” finally
is on display in the Nation’s Capi
tal. Now in its third year, it is a
poetic drama that has not grown
tired and even with the handicap
of an occasionally tired perform
ance. it remains an eloquent ac
count of a soft woman's dissolu
tion.
As played by Judith Evelyn,
Blanche DuBois still is the most
arresting heroine of the decade.
More harrowingly than any of her
contemporaries, she is the sensi
tive woman undone by the brutal
realities of existence. Yet it is
part of Williams’ sure touch as a
dramatist that "A Street Car
Named Desire” is replete with a
lusty, savage humor which sharp
ens the poignance of Blanches
fate. ;
The absence of Director Elia
Kazan’s discipline and a road.
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A STREET CAR NAMED DESIRE" a
pla* by Tennessee Williams, starring
Judith Evelyn, produced by Irene Selzntck
directed by Elia Kazan, with setting by
Jo Mielziner. At the Gayety.
The Cast.
Negro Woman _ Eulaoelle Moore
Eunice Hubbel _ __ __ Peggy Rea
Stanley Kowalski Ralph Meeker
Harold Mitchell ("Mitch") Jim Nolan
Stella Kowalski_Jorla Curtright
Steve Hubbel _ Harry Kersey
Rlanche Du Bois_ Judith Evelyn
Pablo Gonzales _Victor Rendlna
A Young Collector_ James Karen
Mexican Woman _Sidonle Espero
A Strange Woman_Angela Jacobs
A Strange Man _Arthur Row
company over-riDeness in certain
aspects of the performance are
apparent in the Gayety produc
tion, but not fatally.
The effects of these virtually
disappear when Miss Evelyn ex
plains at the end of the second
act what life can do to a sensi
tive, loosely moored Southern
girl. In this inverval alone, “A
Street Car Named Desire” be
comes enough of a play to sur
vive far more than last night's
flashes of flabbiness.
With generally solid assistance
from Ralph Meeker, Jorja Curt
right and Jim Nolan, the star of
the current production makes it
abundantly clear why the third
Gayety production swept all the
prizes of its season. Washington
has seen no drama like it since
“The Glass Menagerie,” the first
of his plays to fill Williams’ walls'
with placques and his bank with
royalties.
* * * *
The chief hazard which con
fronts any company performing
A Street Car Named Desire” is
to keep it from becoming purely
sensational. It is a violent piece
sf writing that abhors restraint.
Its nearly every line and situation
are threats to the delicacy that
*
must dominate if Blanche is to
be a tragic figure instead of lurid
fiction heroine.
Miss Evelyn is quite as aware of
this as either Jessica Tandy or
Uta Hagen, her predecessors in
the role on Broadway.
Her creation of the character is
an artistic achievement. It begins
with the neurotic girl’s retreat
from her school teacher's job in
Laurel, Miss., to the New Orleans
Latin Quarter slum where her
sister lives.
The distaste for life which sent
her here is now to be climaxed by
the final revulsion. Savage as life
has been, it has at least spared
her the remnants of a few decent
dreams. She at least appreciates
the possibility of privacy, knows
the difference between squalor
and decency, and can recognize
human males who have arrived
at manhood and those who have
remained animals.
It is her brother-in-law who is
destined to destroy what remains
of these dreams. He is the perfect
final symbol of the savage fate
that has pursued the distraught
girl. It is inevitable that he shall
commit the act of violation that
finally sends her Into the Insanity
which has been waiting since the
boy she married taught her that
love could be a ghastly futility.
* * * *
This conflict is the sort that
should defy any playwright to find
comedy contrast. Williams accepts
the challenge. His man Stanley
Kowalski, the Polish truck driver
who had his own way of dealing
with ethereal types like Blanche,
is a grotesquely comic creature.
Until its final ghastly brutality
against his sister-in-law, there
is always something funny about
his violence.
Meeker, playing the role created
originally by Marlon Brando,
makes a rich thing of the char
acter. His swagger, his vulgarity,
and his animality are always in
ironically humorous contract to
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SORELY WOUNDED — Hia
expression indicates surgery oj
horrendous proportions, but it
is only the removal of his
tonsils that is bothering the
famous father of “Cheaper by
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the opposite qualities in Blanche.
He is her doom, ruthless gfn in
escapable, but his approach has in
it a twisted vein of humor.
Miss Evelyn and Meeker play it I
all with only negligible loss of its
manifold values.
* » * *
Most playwrights would be con
tent with the creation of two such
principals as Blanche and Stan-1
ley. Williams goes on from there
to round out a gallery no less. He i
has done superbly, too, with
Blanche’s sister, Stella, played
knowingly by Miss Curtright; and
Harold Mitchell, the last man to
approach Blanche's hero image,!
who stands out handsomely in
the person of Actor Nolan.
Jo Mielziner’s sensational set- j
ting for the play is a bit older,
than when “A Street Car Named
Desire” opened in December, 1947.
Times have merely aged it effec
tively.
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Where and When
Current Theater Attractions and
Time of Showing
STAGE.
New Gayety — "A Streetcar
Nsned Desire”; 8:30 p.m.
SCREEN.
Embassador—"Perfect Strang
ers”; 1:30, 3:30, 8:35, 1:35 and
9:40 p.m.
Capitol — “The Yellow Cab
Mai”; 11 a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 1:15
and 10 p.m. Stage Shows: 1,
3:45 6:30 and 9:15 p.m.
Ctfumbia—“Key to the City”;
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and 9:50 p.m.
Dupont—"Tight Little Island”;
11 am., 12:50, 2:40, 4:30, 6:20,
8:15 and 10:10 p.m.
Keith's — "Cinderella”; 11:20
a.m., 12:55, 2:25, 3:55, 6:25. 6:55.
8:30 and 10 p.m.
Little—“Tight Little Island”;
11 am., 12:50, 2:40, 4:30, 6:20,
8:15 »nd 10:10 p.m.
Mebopolitan — "Barricade”;
11:25 a.m., 1:05, 2:50, 4:35, 6:20,
8 and 9:50 p.m.
Natbnal — "The Crusades”:
11:15 a.m., 1:25, 3:30, 5:35, 1:45
and 9:50 p.m.
Palace—"Three Came Home”;
10:45 t.m., 12:55, 3:05, 5:20, 1:30
and 9:50 p.m.
Playhouse—“The Third Man”;
9:30 ind 11:25 a.m., 1:25, 3:25,
5:25, T:35 and 9:40 p.m.
Pix —“Pygmalion”; 3:45, 6:50
and II p.m.
Tram-Lux—“The Red Shoes”; j
11:30 a.m., 2, 4:35, 1:10 and
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SHERIDAN I-airy Parks. Barbara I
Hale ln "Jolson Bings
Again," at 3:00, 3:66, 6:60, 7:6(1^8:46.
C|| VFR 9?*rlM Laukhton in ‘ifto
311s Visit Man on the Eiffel Tower."
at 1:26, 3:26, 6:30. 7:30. 8:36.
TAKOMA £oubl* f*»tura: Oena
“ ,7.*!*' .. Tierney ln "Whirlpool.”
, Secret?"-* at ““"**“ ° H*r*’ "Wom“ *
TIVOLIUPT OWN f0hn“‘:*Uu^;
Man On the KlfTel Tower,"," at 1 26
>:g6, 6:26, \ .30, 0:35,
vnnir Maruern O Hara In Bagdad,”
lUnn at 6:16. 8:00. 9:60.
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LA WO. 4600
First Uptown Showing. J Arthur
Hank s Delightful Comedy. THE
AMAZING MR. BEECHAM." CECIL
PAKKF.K. A E MATTHEWS, at I 16.
I:n0. 6:.'15. 7:40. U tft_
ATLAS 1331 H St. N.I. AT. (300
GEORGE RAJI ELLA RAINS In
"DANGEROUS PROFESSION " plua
"RED RYDER. COWBOY AND THE
PRIZE FIGHTER " _
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ii<iffTE.n F|0W#, Av> Ju 7 7017
DooraOpenH .'tO. CHARLES LAUGH
TON FRANCHOT TONE In MAN
ON THE EIFFEL TOWER," In Color.
at 7:.’IQ. n:4f>._
CriiaTnR Minn. Ava. at tannin*
Mflaiun ,d Nt tu 4.2400
Two Big Hits! LARRY PARKS. EVE
LYN KEYES In RENEGADES," at
17IH. 4:6H, A:20; Plug GLENN
FORD, RANDOLPH SCOTT In 'DES
PERADOES." at 3:04, H:2B. 0:4*
NAYLOR M,h * A^bo^,Av*: »J
ERROL F’LYNN, ALEXIS 8MTTH In
'MONTANA,' id Technicolor, at
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Parking Saar.
JOAN CAULFIELD. WILLIAM HOL
DEN in ‘ DEAR WIFE "
VIRGINIA *'r- *•
TYRONE POWER. WANDA HEN
DRIX In "PRINC* OFPOXEfl"
UCHMOND •wl^SSrm
Barbara stanwyck. michael
OSHEA In LADY OF BURLES
QUE."
CENTRE Fairlington, Va. If 1000
"12 O'CLOCK HIOH." OREOORT
PECK PEA NJAOOER
SHIRLINGTON
"STROMBOLI INORID HERO MAN.
MARIO VITALE
^TITP ‘ MAN ON THE EIFFEL
OWE R." CHARLES
LAUOHTON. FRANCHOT TONE
Iff "NEVADAN." RANDOLPH
LU SCOTT. DOROTHY MALONE.
ARLINGTON fallen idol"
nniiinu lun RAI yH RiChard
8QN. MICHELE MOROAN
urn COM "BORDERLINE. ' FRED
rrlLoUH M » c MURRAY. CLAIRE
TREVOR. __ _
• CUTdll MONTANA." ALEXIS
Aon I Un smith, errol
FLYNN_- ____
BUCKINGHAM
RICHARDSON. MICHELE MORGAN.
GI PUP "JOLSON SINGS AGAIN ."
UL.LDL LARRY PARKS. BAR
BARA HALE.___ __
BVnn "WOMAN IN HIDING” IDA
OXIIlf LUP1NO, HOWARD DUFF
ICPPraCAH "MALAYA." JAMES
JLr I LtloUn stewart. spen
CER TRACY.___
-SAFI HU in 1BLA1LHS —
CAROLINA t
OARY COOPER in UNCONQUERED
RON RANDELL In OMOO OMOO
SHARK OOP ____
STANTON **■ i,'£ N t
VIRGINIA MAYO in OIRL PROM
JONES BEACH ; ROBERT CUMMINOB
In REIGN OP TERROR. ’
HISCB BCTHESDA 74UWT^
ALL-LAUGH SHOW.
DAN DAILEY In “WHEN WILLIE COMES
MARCHINO HOME «t 8. 7:ft* P 5P.
Plu» "Cartoon CarniTal," 32 Minute* af
Donald Duck, Tom and Jerrr. Mu.
r AiBrAXTHEATERF;^::^:
PRED Mai-MURRAY, CLAIRE TREVOR IB
"BORDERLINE."
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