Streetcar Review final version

Streetcar Review final version - The Thin Veil of Deceit...

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The Thin Veil of Deceit Alex Nunes Professor Reinhart Theater 101
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In A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams, Williams addresses the fall of America's middle class through the story of Blanch DuBois and the Kowalski's in the French quarter of Louisiana. Boise State's production of A Streetcar Named Desire nails Tennessee Williams intentions for his story. This sad story is about deceit and how people lie to themselves to hide the truth the wish not to face. From the very first scenes of the play, there is the feeling that something is not quite being said. Something is being kept hidden in the background of each characters mind as they look to keep part's of their life a secret. Blanche DuBois, played by Lina Chambers, can't quite tell her sister Stella, played by Nicole Orabona, why she actually came to live with her. She hides behind the tragedy of losing Belle Reve to debt. However, Stella isn't one to get off the hook so easily. When asked by Blanche what she see's in Stanley, played the brilliant Loren Jones, she
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2011 for the course THEATER 101 taught by Professor Gordonreinhart during the Fall '10 term at Boise State.

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