The play follows the story of a Blanche DuBois, a southern belle from Mississippi, who, after losing the family plantation, travels to New Orleans to stay with her younger sister Stella. The play opened on Broadway in 1947. It looks at a fading American society and the cost of change on its survivors. Dealing with the issues of domestic violence, mental illness, and immigration, the play is as timely now as it was 1947.
News About A Streetcar Named Desire at Thought Theatre
Jubilee Theatre in Fort Worth Reopens With HOW I GOT OVER June 19
June 11, 2020
Jubilee Theatre in Fort Worth will reopen on June 19 with its rescheduled production of How I Got Over. The theatre will be the first in its area to reopen its doors.
Second Thought Theatre Announces Cancellation Of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
June 10, 2020
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, Second Thought Theatre is cancelling its upcoming production of A Streetcar Named Desire
Second Thought Theatre Announces New Artistic Director and Season Updates
April 30, 2020
After a search that involved several of the leading artists of our theatre community, Second Thought Theatre has announced Carson McCain as STT's new Artistic Director.
BWW Exclusive: The 101 GREATEST PLAYS of the Past 100 Years (1920-2020)
April 07, 2020
BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the greatest theatrical works (non-musical) from 1920-2020; see if your favorites made the list!
Second Thought Theatre Announces 6th Annual Second Thought State of Mind
October 18, 2019
Second Thought Theatre announced today details for this year's State of Mind, an event celebrating Second Thought Theatre's mission and garnering future support for the award-winning theatre company. The 6th annual State of Mind invites guests to an evening of fun and fundraising featuring an intimate discussion with popular North Texas director and choreographer, Joel Ferrell, whose Second Thought directorial credits include The Necessities, Othello, and Gruesome Playground Injuries, and Stan Wojewodski, Distinguished Professor of Directing and Chair of the Theatre Department at Southern Methodist University's Meadows School of the Arts. Our featured entertainment is a a?oesecreta?? a?" a true-to-mission performance designed to inspire, engage, and entertain patrons and guests.
STT Announces 2020 Season And Leadership Changes
September 30, 2019
Along with the announcement of the shows comprising their 16th season, Second Thought Theatre announced this morning that Artistic Director (AD) Alex Organ will transition out of his leadership position at the end of 2020.
The Canterbury Company Of Resident Artists Announced
January 23, 2019
Joey Folsom, Artistic Director of The Classics Theatre Project, today announced the formation of a permanent Resident Artists Company for the theatre to be underwritten by Liese and Mike Canterbury. The company members will be, in addition to Mr. Folsom, R. Andrew Aguilar, Sasha Maya Ada, Chad Cline, Stan Graner, Gretchen Hahn, N. Ryan McBride, Leslie Patrick, Van Quattro, Rachel Reininger and Dean Wray. The Resident Artists will fill many of the roles in the TCTP 3-play 2019 season: "Fool for Love," Summer and Smoke," and "The Crucible." In addition, the RAC members will work as members of the TCPT team in other areas of production, marketing, and development. The Company will be called the Canterbury Company of Resident Artists.
WaterTower Theatre Announces Cast & Creative For GUADALUPE IN THE GUEST ROOM
January 10, 2019
WaterTower Theatre Associate Artistic Director, Kelsey Leigh Ervi, today announced details for the Regional Premiere of Guadalupe in the Guest Room written by Tony Meneses, and directed by Christie Vela.