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free tixs Tues Night Phila Walnut St Theatre


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Sep 3, 2006
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The Great State of Pennsylvania
I have 3 tickets toTuesday night at Walnut Street Theatre - Phila.
Streetcar named Desire. Free for a tugger.

Heard it's a great show - but I have another commitment.

Please post if you want them. You will pick up at the box office before the show. Show is at 8 pm - need to get there a little early for the tickets.

Which tugger wants them? No scalers or resales please.

Please post and also send me an email. I can access email from my blackberry at work, it's harder to look at tug there.


Jun 8, 2005
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After the show

I like the opportunity to go to Walnut Theater to see the show. My parents live closed to the Walnut Theater. I have walked by the Walnut Street Theater many times but I have never attended a production there before. As National Historic Landmark theater,
Walnut’s legacy is preserved in the lobby’s excellent display of photos and memorabilia.
It isn’t a glamorous theater but it was very nice and quite intimate. Since ownsmany offered the free tickets, I went to see the show A Streetcar Named Desire on Election Day with my parents. I was surprised to see so many people in theater during the weekday.

Watching A Streetcar Named Desire returns to the place of its birth during Walnut's 200th Anniversary season and the inauguration day made the trip more meaningful to me. A show like A Streetcar called Desire would never be in the lists of the show I would purchase the tickets to see.

The show is provoking. The vividly colorful characters always in light of the cultural New Orleans backdrop provide the audiences with a lasting impression and awe for Williams's impeccable style and intense dialogue. The dialogues of this play are excellent filled with overly dramatic statements from Blanche and Stanley enough humor and wit to keep you entertain and thinking. Susan Riley Stevens (Blanche DuBois) portrayed Blanche very well. Jeffrey Coon (Stanley Kowalski)'s masculine and animalistic performance is OK.

In the closing moments, Blanche utters her signature line to the kindly doctor who leads her away: "Whoever you are, I have always depended on the kindness of strangers", reminding us of one of the flaws that has led her to this point.

Overall, the experience was wonderful. Thank ownsmany for free tickets again.
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