Konečná stanica túžba
The Slovak National Theatre is staging one of the best pieces in the history of American drama, a 1947 play Streetcar Named Desire written by Tennessee Williams, for which he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1948. The Slovak production is led by the acclaimed Czech stage director and artistic director of the drama ensemble of the Czech National Theatre in Prague, Michal Dočekal. The play opened in the new building of the National Theater on 12 February under the name Konečná stanica túžba, casting Tomáš Maštalír (Stanley), Táňa Pauhofová (Stella) and Diana Mórová (Blanche).
How long can one live a life of illusions?
Where is the separating line between fantasy and reality?
Can words kill?
The play portrays a culture clash between two iconic characters, Blanche DuBois, a fading relic of the Old South, and Stanley Kowalski, a rising member of the industrial, urban working class. Impoverished and pretentious, but still attractive Southern belle, Blanche DuBois, arrives at the tiny apartment of her sister Stella and her husband Stanley in the French Quarter of New Orleans in pursuit of life in a world where illusions and fantasies blend seamlessly with reality. A brilliant study of the psyche of a woman who, under a thin mask of grandeur and happiness, disguises her bitter past and tragic strokes of fate.
Where: The Hall of Drama in the new building of the Slovak National Theatre
Tuesday 15. March 2011 - 19:00
Thursday 31. March 2011 - 19:00
Sunday 3. April 2011 - 18:00
Tuesday 5. April 2011 - 10:00
Tuesday 26. April 2011 - 19:00
Thursday 5. May 2011 - 19:00
Sunday 29. May 2011 - 18:00
Opening: 12 February 2011
Tickets: Box office of SND or ticketportal.skSource: www.snd.sk