Front Row Classics tackles one of the most legendary dramas of the 1950s. A Streetcar Named Desire still resonates 70 years later with its powerful themes and performances. Craig McFarland, from Beyond the Mouse, joins Brandon and Eric to salute Elia Kazan’s adaptation of the legendary Tennessee Williams play. The hosts praise the performances of the award-winning cast, especially Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh. You’ll also hear their take on the portrayal of mental illness in the film as well as the differences between stage and screen.
FEATURING: Brandon Davis, Eric Flick and Craig McFarland
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