7 October 2016
Parents and students from Years 11 and 12 are warmly invited to join us for La Boite Theatre Company’s stage production of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire in Brisbane, Friday night 21 October. There is no better time than now to instil the passion of theatre in the minds and hearts of our students. Similar to our last beautiful evening of theatre, we will be dining in ‘Little Paris,’ Park Road, Milton before the performance at the Roundhouse Theatre in Kelvin Grove so please bring enough money to enjoy dinner with great company.
Don’t delay in securing your ticket and bus seat by returning a completed form (accessed via the Glennie Portal calendar – 21 October) to the School reception or email the completed form directly to email@example.com.
Tickets for the performance are $35 per person. Please note, there will also be an additional cost of transport that will be divided equally amongst attendees. We have a maximum of 69 tickets available including teachers who will be attending and supervising students.
- Performance Date: Friday 21 October 2016
- Depart: Meet at Vacy Street pool carpark at 3:00pm to leave at 3:15pm (sharp)
- Return: Vacy Street pool carpark at approximately 11:30pm.
- Cost: $35.00 + share of coach costs
- RSVP Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2016
A Streetcar Named Desire is an immortal classic that thrusts us into a sensual world of desperation, violence and desire. Join a stellar cast, including Bridie Carter as Blanche DuBois, in this hothouse melodrama as we are swept into the deep south of Louisiana, all set to a distinctive New Orleans cultural blend of live music onstage.
A striking work that resonates as strongly today as it did in 1947. Be seduced by Blanche DuBois as she wrestles with the irrepressible Stanley Kowalski in the bitterly funny and devastatingly sad Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece by Tennessee Williams.