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A LETTER FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR THE MIND SEES AN OBJECT THE MIND DESIRES THE OBJECT THE OBJECT IS OUT OF REACH ANGER ARISES This truth about the fundamental nature of the mind has been articulated by spiritual teachers from the East for a millennia. In Tennessee Williams’ world, desire is an elemental force that sweeps away everything in its path. Blanche and Stanley both contain enormous rivers of desire. Neither has an outlet large enough to fully or safely give expression to that force. Both were born to dominate. And they find themselves thrust together in a two-room apartment, in the sweaty, noisy, over-ripe and un-airconditioned world that is New Orleans in the summer. Maybe things will work out smoothly, but ... By the time Williams wrote Streetcar — sitting in his apartment in the French Quarter — his beloved sister, Rose, had been in a mental institution for over a decade. A girl of delicate sensibilities, she had begun having psychotic episodes of an overtly sexual nature in her late teens. For her mother, the severely puritanical and passive-aggressive Edwina, the episodes felt like a personal assault. For her combustible and deeply frustrated father, C. C., they were a source of complete bafflement. For Tennessee, Rose’s unraveling proved a source of sheer terror. Here, the one person (besides his beloved grandfather) he had most felt a connection to through his youth, the one person he felt actually understood him, had come completely unhinged. Surely that fate lay in store for him.

This terror haunted Williams’ steps every moment of his life. Three years prior to sitting down to write Streetcar, after a particularly offensive and violent episode with Rose, Williams’ mother approved a frontal lobotomy for his sister. “A head operation,” she called it. Williams’ natural restlessness compounded. He drank too much, he couldn’t stay in one place for more than a few months, he slept with too many people. The only solace, the only outlet that allowed his demons to find some satisfaction, some form of quiet, was writing. Sitting at the typewriter he entered another world. No matter how late he’d been out the night before, no matter how much he’d had to drink, the fingers hit the keys of the typewriter, and another world emerged. He often didn’t exit that world until six or eight hours later. We revisit a play like Streetcar because there is something fundamental about the truth it excavates. Something thrilling about the power it continues to exert. – Chris Coleman

A Streetcar Named Desire CAST LIST

In order of appearance DANA MILLICAN*

















A Young Man/A Vendor/ Ensemble SOFIA MAY-CUXIM

A Mexican Woman/A Nurse/ Ensemble DAVID BODIN

A Doctor/Ensemble *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.





A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE By Tennessee Williams Directed by Chris Coleman with Demetrius Grosse and Deidrie Henry Scenic and Costume Designer G.W. Mercier

Lighting Designer Ann G. Wrightson

Sound Designer Casi Pacilio

Dialect Coach Mary McDonald-Lewis

Fight Director John Armour

Production Dramaturg Barbara Hort, Ph.D.

Stage Manager Mark Tynan*

Production Assistant Kristen Mun

New York Casting Harriet Bass

Local Casting Rose Riordan and Brandon Woolley A Streetcar Named Desire is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. on behalf of the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. The version of the text used in this production was originally edited by Emily Mann and kindly approved by the University of the South; it was first presented with an all-black cast on Broadway in April 2012.

PERFORMED WITH ONE INTERMISSION. The videotaping or other photo or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited. *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.



Portland Center Stage receives support from the Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the State of Oregon and the National Endowment for the Arts.



Keith & Sharon Barnes Don & Mary Blair John & Linda Carter Dedre J. Marriott Drs. Ann Smith Sehdev & Paul Sehdev Steven & Deborah Wynne/

PAPER MOONS AND PLASTIC THEATER: The Enduring Vitality of A Streetcar Named Desire By PCS Literary Manager Benjamin Fainstein When A Streetcar Named Desire premiered in 1947, Americans play, Williams expresses a craving for a theater that is more were working to reestablish normalcy amid the lingering “atmospheric” than realistic. With Streetcar, Williams hit his dread of nuclear warfare. Despite burgeoning postwar mark. In The Glass Menagerie, the shifts between realistic and prosperity, Depression-era economic anxiety persisted. The expressionistic modes are self-conscious and coolheaded, country was catching its breath and renewing its confidence punctuated by Tom’s direct addresses between scenes. The after decades of tumult and loss. Veterans, like the men temperature of Streetcar, in contrast, is scorching. Williams’ of Streetcar, were returning to civilian life, hungry for dialogue darts from soaring lyricism to gritty slang, and he opportunity. Traditional gender roles were slowly shifting fuses the planes of poetry and reality. In doing so, he grants as a result of the millions of jobs created for women during symbolic significance to each element of the storytelling, from the war. In the Deep South, the effete ruling class saw lesscolor and shadow to music, weather and architecture. The affluent citizens gunning to supplant them through hard play adheres to his goal of a “plastic” theater that does not work and sheer force of will. The poetic bravura and moral eschew its “responsibility of dealing with reality,” but through incertitude of Streetcar, driven consummate theatricality provides a by an engine of robust sexuality, “penetrating and vivid expression theatricalized the evolving of things as they are.” American landscape. Williams The poetic bravura and moral gave theatergoers an explosion In Streetcar, as in other plays, incertitude of Streetcar, driven of immediacy unmatched by Tennessee Williams scavenged by an engine of robust sexuality, the musical comedies at other his personal life for dramatic theatricalized the evolving Broadway houses. The pervasive substance. Two of his iconic sense of instability rippling through thematic obsessions are the American landscape. Williams the play hit close to home, and few repercussions of suppressed sexual gave theatergoers an explosion sparring partners have maintained desire and the challenges faced by of immediacy unmatched by the legendary status of Blanche people living with mental illness. the musical comedies at other DuBois and Stanley Kowalski. His relationship with his beloved Broadway houses. sister, Rose, was forever altered When Blanche first mentions her after she was institutionalized family’s genteel Mississippi plantation following a frontal lobotomy Belle Reve (French for “beautiful intended to treat her schizophrenia. dream”), her neighbor Eunice remarks Tennessee harbored a lifelong that “a place like that must be awful hard to keep up.” These grief over Rose’s fate while simultaneously struggling with words prove ominous, and Blanche’s world of romantic his own mental health, addictions, and the stigma against illusions begins to crumble. As she vies with Stanley for the homosexuality. Williams conjured Blanche DuBois, a fictional affection of her sister Stella, Blanche’s secrets are exposed vessel through whom he could explore the potentially and her identity dismantled. With the name Belle Reve, catastrophic consequences of these issues. He then plunged Tennessee Williams subtly forecasts this gathering storm: In Blanche into a New Orleans that is both authentic and mythic, French, the feminine adjective “belle” does not agree with complicating the clash of reality and reverie that rages within “rêve,” a masculine noun. This discrepancy suggests that the and around her. Williams’ rendering of the city he knew so plantation was likely christened Belle Rive (a feminine noun well provides a lush backdrop of sweltering heat, cultural meaning “shore”) before colloquial pronunciation eroded it fusion, incessant music, and a maddening lack of privacy. to “rêve.” Scholar Felicia Hardison Londré links this linguistic The noise and people on the streets of New Orleans sweat slippage to the whole of Blanche’s tragedy, writing that “what and swoon in step with the malevolent pas de deux inside the had been a solid shore is now but an evanescent dream of lost DuBois-Kowalski apartment. And nearly seventy years since its splendor.”[1] composition, Streetcar remains ready for the dance. Before Streetcar confirmed him as one of America’s most artful playwrights, Tennessee Williams was best known for his elegiac coming-of-age drama The Glass Menagerie, an innovative “memory play” structured around flashbacks conjured by its narrator, Tom Wingfield. In his notes on that

Londré, Felicia Hardison. “A streetcar running fifty years.” The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams. Ed. Matthew C. Roudané. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 45-66. [1]


A “False City” of Mist & Mold: Locating A Streetcar Named Desire by Helen C. Jaksch When Blanche arrives at Stella and Stanley’s doorstep, she tells Eunice: “They told me to take a streetcar named Desire, and then transfer to one called Cemeteries and ride six blocks and get off at — Elysian Fields!” Tennessee Williams openly admits taking poetic license with the geography of Streetcar; a literal adherence to these directions would not lead you anywhere in 1947 New Orleans. 632 Elysian Fields is a real address, not in the iconic French Quarter, but in the Faubourg Marigny just a few blocks away. Faubourg translates to “false city” and is the traditional French word for a suburb just outside the walls of the city proper. Divided by Esplanade Avenue and the Louisville & Nashville Railroad tracks, the French Quarter and Marigny were sister neighborhoods. And while the streetcar lines (including the one named Desire) stitched them together, the architecture, residents and atmospheres were very different. In the late 1940s, the French Quarter was bustling, bright, and being groomed for the growing tourist economy. It was filled with two-story brick and stone buildings and ornate wroughtiron stairs and balconies. This neighborhood was somewhat diverse, but it was still upper-class. The Marigny, on the other hand, was part of the “immigrant belt” that emerged in the early 1900s when vast acres of swampland were drained, drawing many white residents away from the city’s center. With African Americans, whites, and immigrants of Sicilian, Greek, Irish, Filipino, Mexican, Polish and Chinese descent living with and around each other, the area was a kaleidoscopic mixture of cultures and people. This lower- and working-class neighborhood was populated by traveling salesmen, tradesmen, dock workers and returning soldiers. The houses here were weathered and wooden with carved gables and front porches. If the French Quarter was the sophisticated sister, the Marigny was the scrappy one. It is this Marigny that is the neighborhood of Williams’ play. Unlike the French Quarter, it stands in stark contrast to the romantic columns and grandeur of the DuBois’ Belle Reve plantation. In these shotgun-style houses, named for the fact that you could shoot a bullet from the front door straight to the back, there is no privacy to nurture secret desires or nurse blossoming shame. You see everything, even things you do not want to see — especially things you do not want to see. Humidity causes the pristine paint on the exterior of the houses to peel constantly, exposing the layers beneath all the way down to the bare wood. Facades cannot be maintained. The grass grows through cracks in the sidewalks; what’s below the surface will not stay hidden. The playwright said that Streetcar is about the “ravishment of the tender, the sensitive, the delicate, by the savage and brutal forces of modern society.” By setting his play in the middle of the people and architecture of the Marigny neighborhood, Williams creates a catastrophic collision of the misty Old South and earthy post-war America where Blanche and everything she symbolizes are roughly swept away in the winds of change. Originally published by Yale Repertory Theatre, 2013. P 4 | PORTLAND CENTER STAGE A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE


Kristen Adele is thrilled to make her Portland Center Stage debut. OffBroadway and regional credits include Desire (59E59 Theaters); In the Red and Brown Water (Curious Theatre Company); A Raisin in the Sun (Clarence Brown Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Hartford Stage); Jackie and Me (Denver Center for the Performing Arts); Myrna in Transit (Ensemble Studio Theatre); Clybourne Park (Geva Theatre Center and Cleveland Play House); and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Shadow Theatre Company). Her most recent television credits include Orange is the New Black, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife and The Mysteries of Laura. She is the program director of ArtChangeUS.com and earned her M.F.A. from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She would like to thank her beautiful family, Terrance, Roberta, Kitchens-Tritto and the Nicolosi & Co. team for their tireless support, and many thanks to Chris for this once in a lifetime opportunity! KristenAdele.net  BOBBY BERMEA Steve

Bobby Bermea is the artistic director of Beirut Wedding World Theatre Project and BaseRoots Theatre Company, a founding member of Badass Theatre Company and a member of Sojourn Theatre. He received a Drammy Award for Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role for Ogun in The Brother/Sister Plays (Portland Playhouse) and another Drammy, for Supporting Actor, for his work as Asagai in A Raisin in the Sun at Artists Repertory Theatre. Bermea has appeared at La MaMa in New York, Center Stage in Baltimore, VORTEX Repertory Company in Austin, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, and in Seattle at Intiman Theatre, ACT, The Group Theatre, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center, AHA! Theatre, The Empty Space Theatre and The New Mercury Theatre. In Portland, Bermea has performed with BaseRoots Theatre, Teatro Milagro, Jewish Theatre Collaborative, Cygnet Productions and Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company. Bermea is excited to be making his return to the PCS stage. DAVID BODIN A Doctor/Ensemble

This is Dave’s Portland Center Stage debut, and he’s very grateful to be here. He has been involved in a number of Portland productions in recent years. Favorites include: The Road to Mecca at Profile Theatre (Supporting Actor Drammy Award), One Flea Spare at Shaking the Tree Theatre, Eurydice at Artists Repertory

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE | CAST Theatre, The Uneasy Chair at CoHo Productions, Twelfth Night at Portland Shakespeare Project, Noises Off at Third Rail Repertory Theatre, and many others. He has appeared on Grimm, Leverage, Nowhere Man and several independent films, as well as in many commercials years ago, where he usually played a bland, confused consumer with a smart and beautiful wife. It is a role he now plays in real life. He received his training at Illinois State University. GILBERTO MARTIN DEL CAMPO Pablo

Gilberto Martin del Campo, born in Mexico, is a federally certified court interpreter and graduate of The Portland Actors Conservatory. He has been part of the Portland theater scene for the past 10 years, appearing in productions with Miracle Theatre, Northwest Classical Theatre Collaborative and Artists Repertory Theatre, where he is a resident artist. He adapted, directed and co-produced Lee, Adam & Sam, based on John Steinbeck’s East of Eden, for Cerimon House, and cowrote and directed the play That Was The River, This Is the Sea with Claire Willett. He participated in the successful inaugural production of Badass Theatre Company’s staging of INVASION!. Film and television projects include Not Dead Yet, Management, Duende: Suit of Lights, Leverage, and The Recordkeeper for Bigpuddlefilms.com. Gilberto is proud to have his last performance in Portland at PCS, as he is moving to New Mexico to start a staff interpreter position with the Federal Courts. KEITH ERIC CHAPPELLE Mitch

Keith Eric Chappelle is based in New York City, and has most recently been seen at The Public Theater as Banquo in Macbeth. Other recent New York credits include Balthasar in The Comedy of Errors, Hastings in Richard III and Lord Longaville in Love’s Labor’s Lost. His Broadway credits include Moving Man in the recent production of A Raisin in the Sun at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre and Poet/Soldier in Cyrano de Bergerac at the Richard Rogers Theater. His regional

theater credits include the title role in Ion for Washington D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company, the role of Elegba in Abbey Theatre’s production of The Brothers Size, and as Oshoosi in McCarter Theatre Center’s production of The Brothers Size. He has appeared on the television series Madame Secretary, Blue Bloods, Law and Order, Person of Interest and The Good Wife. This production marks his Portland Center Stage debut. DEMETRIUS GROSSE Stanley

Portland Center Stage debut. Off-Broadway/ Regional: Black Angels Over Tuskegee (NAACP Theatre Award), The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry (NAACP Award nominee), The Blue Room, The Oedipus Plays, The Merchant of Venice, The Birthday Present 2050, No Exit, Spunk!, Master Harold ... And The Boys Repertory: Richard II, Twelfth Night. TV: Game of Silence, Banshee, Justified, Westworld, ER, Heroes. Film credits include: Straight Outta Compton, Saving Mr. Banks, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, This is Martin Bonner (Sundance Audience Award), The Inheritance, Studio, A Quiet Fire (AOF Award), Samaria (DGA Award). B.F.A. from Carnegie Mellon University. To my loving and devoted wife, Ashley-Nicole: a champagne-supernova of love to you and our beautiful children! To the Grosse, Kubwa and Bethel family: You are the streetcar of my desire. DEIDRIE HENRY Blanche

Regional: Raisin in the Sun and Parade (Center Theatre Group), Coming Home (The Fountain Theatre), Yellowman (The Fountain Theatre; winner of Best Actress Award from NAACP, Ovation Award, Backstage Garland Award and the Los Angeles Drama Critic Circle Award), American Night: The Ballad of Juan Jose (Yale Repertory Theatre), Ballad of Emmett Till (Goodman Theatre), Yellowman (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), As You Like It, Three Sisters, Wit, Hamlet, Seven Guitars, among others (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Closer (Portland Center Stage), Blues for an Alabama Sky (Alliance Theatre, Hartford Stage,

Arena Stage, Boston’s Huntington Theatre). Helen Hayes Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Blues for an Alabama Sky and winner of Backstage Bistro Award (New York) for Outstanding Vocalist and Cabaret Debut for her cabaret, What a Day for a Daydream. Television: series regular on NBC’s new Game of Silence, The Riches, Criminal Minds, Justified, Glee, CSI and others. Film: Beyond the Lights and Beautiful Boy.  SOFIA MAY-CUXIM A Mexican Woman/ A Nurse/Ensemble

Sofia began singing zarzuela at the age of 5. She has acted, danced, sung and written plays in many languages. She started learning English at 18, then Russian, Armenian, French and recently, Mandarin. She is from Mexico City, where she studied a B.A. in Dramatic Literature at UNAM. She has received awards in Mexico and Los Angeles for acting, singing and producing. In her hometown, she performed for over 15 years, and then worked with the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts, Words Across Cultures, and bilingual companies in Los Angeles. Since moving to Portland in 2009, she has been in eight Miracle Theatre productions, and with Post5 Theatre, Fertile Ground, Portland Actors Ensemble, Well Arts Institute and Theatre Diaspora. She was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Drammy in 2015. This is her debut with PCS. She thanks Chris Coleman for the opportunity, and her dad, Gonzalo, for always promoting her love of the arts. DANA MILLICAN Eunice

Dana Millican is delighted to make her Portland Center Stage debut. She has worked with Artists Repertory Theatre (world premieres of Ithaka, The Lost Boy); CoHo Productions (‘night, Mother); Corrib Theatre (The Hen Night Epiphany); Northwest Classical Theatre Company (Twelfth Night, Othello and King John, for which she received a Drammy Award for Actress in a Supporting Role); Portland Shakespeare Project (The Turn of the Screw, King Lear and As You Like It); Profile Theatre (Dead Man’s Cell PORTLAND CENTER STAGE A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE | P 5

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE | CAST & CREATIVE TEAM Phone, Fifth of July); Shaking the Tree Theatre (Suddenly, Last Summer). While in New York, Ms. Millican appeared in the world premiere of Lanford Wilson’s Sympathetic Magic (Off-Broadway, Second Stage Theatre). TV: recurring roles on Grimm (NBC) and Portlandia (IFC); Leverage (TNT), Final Witness (ABC). Film: The Architect (Parker Film Company), C.O.G. (Forty Second Productions). Web Series: The Benefits of Gusbandry, One Bird at a Time. She has a B.A. in Theatre from Arizona State University. danamillican.com ANYA PEARSON Creola

Anya Pearson is delighted to be making her debut at Portland Center Stage in A Streetcar Named Desire. She was recently seen as Rebecca in Profile Theatre’s production of The Call. She is an actress, playwright, screenwriter, essayist, poet and writing coach. A graduate of the prestigious William Esper Studio in New York City, she is thrilled to be making Portland her home again. She is the author of the choreopoem Made to Dance in Burning Buildings, a fusion of poetic text, and violent and visceral contemporary dance, which poses the question: How do we heal from trauma? She believes that through the transformative power of performance and literary arts, she will be able to effect meaningful change in the world. She would like to thank Chris Coleman and PCS for this amazing opportunity. BLAKE STONE A Young Man/A Vendor/ Ensemble

Blake is very happy to be making his PCS debut with A Streetcar Named Desire. Credits include Fiddler On the Roof (Broadway Rose Theatre Company), Heathers – the musical (Staged!/Triangle Productions!), Dogfight (Staged!), Tunde’s Trumpet (Boom Arts), Cheaper by the Dozen (Elgin Opera House) and Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird (MidValley Theatre Company). Blake is pleased to add this production of Streetcar to his list of credits, and he is honored to share the stage with such a talented and accomplished cast. Blake would like to thank his friends and family for their P 6 | PORTLAND CENTER STAGE A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

overwhelming support as he chases the dream — and of course, a big thanks to Chris Coleman for this very exciting opportunity. When Blake is not on stage, he works at an animation studio, writing children’s cartoons and internet games. CHRIS COLEMAN Director

Chris joined Portland Center Stage as artistic director in May, 2000. He recently directed the Off-Broadway debut of Threesome at 59E59 Theaters (a production that had its world premiere at PCS and was also presented at ACTSeattle). Before coming to Portland, Chris was artistic director at Actor’s Express in Atlanta, a company he co-founded in the basement of an old church in 1988. Chris returned to Atlanta to direct the world premiere of Edward Foote at Alliance Theatre in 2015. He also directed Phylicia Rashad and Kenny Leon in Same Time Next Year at True Colors Theatre Company in Atlanta, in 2014. Favorite PCS directing assignments include Ain’t Misbehavin’, Three Days of Rain, Threesome, Dreamgirls, Othello, Fiddler on the Roof, Clybourne Park, Sweeney Todd, Shakespeare’s Amazing Cymbeline (which he also adapted), Anna Karenina, Oklahoma!, Snow Falling on Cedars, Ragtime, Crazy Enough, Beard of Avon, Cabaret, King Lear, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Man and Superman, Outrage, Flesh and Blood and The Devils. Chris has directed at theaters across the country, including Actor’s Theater of Louisville, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, ACTSeattle, The Alliance, Dallas Theatre Center, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop and Center Stage in Baltimore. A native Atlantan, Chris holds a B.F.A. from Baylor University and an M.F.A. from Carnegie Mellon. He is currently the board president for the Cultural Advocacy Coalition. Chris and his husband, Rodney, are the proud parents of an 18-lb Jack Russell/Lab mix, and a 110-lb English Blockhead Yellow Lab. G.W. MERCIER Scenic and Costume Designer

Portland Center Stage scenic designs are Dreamgirls, Fiddler on the Roof (PAMPTA Award, Best Set Design), Anna Karenina, Sunset Boulevard, Ragtime, Grey Gardens, Guys and Dolls, Cabaret, West Side Story and The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow. In San Francisco, he

was honored with the Bay Area Critics Award for Outstanding Scenic Design for Saroyan’s The Time of Your Life at ACT and the Theatre Bay Area Award for Outstanding Scenic Design for Tarell McCraney’s Head of Passes at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and currently running at The Public Theater, both directed by Tina Landau. In New York, he proudly received the Daryl Roth Creative Spirit Award for Outstanding Talent and Vision in Design. G.W. Mercier thrives on collaborating with amazing writers, composers, directors, partner designers and actors, creating original work or making established shows seem new. ANN G. WRIGHTSON Lighting Designer

Ann G. Wrightson is so pleased to be back at Portland Center Stage, where she has designed Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof (PAMTA Award) and Anna Karenina. She designed the Broadway production of Souvenir and was a Tony nominee for her work on the Tony Awardwinning August: Osage County, which she designed for Broadway, London, Sydney and the National Tour. Recent projects include A Moon for the Misbegotten for the Theatre Royal Waterford in Ireland and Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, Domesticated at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and Georama (world premier) and Disgraced at Repertory Theatre of St Louis. Other work has been seen at many regional theaters, including Guthrie Theater, Alliance Theatre, Arena Stage, Cleveland Play House, Weston Playhouse Theatre Company, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Indiana Repertory Theatre, McCarter Theatre and the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference. Awards include an IRNE Award for Best Lighting, Backstage Garland Award for Magic Fire at Oregon Shakespeare Festival and an AUDELCO nomination. CASI PACILIO Sound Designer

Casi’s home base is Portland Center Stage in Portland, Oregon, where her recent credits include Great Expectations, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Three Days of Rain, Cyrano, The People’s Republic of Portland, Threesome, Dreamgirls (PAMTA Award) and The Last Five Years; Other Desert Cities, Vanya and Sonia, A Small Fire and Chinglish with composer Jana Crenshaw; and nine seasons

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE | CREATIVE TEAM of JAW. National shows: Holcombe Waller’s Surfacing and Wayfinders; Left Hand of Darkness, My Mind is Like an Open Meadow (Drammy Award, 2011), Something’s Got Ahold Of My Heart and PEP TALK for Hand2Mouth Theatre. Other credits include Squonk Opera’s Bigsmorgasbord-WunderWerk (Broadway, PS122, national and international touring); I Am My Own Wife, I Think I Like Girls (La Jolla Playhouse); Playland, 10 Fingers and Lips Together, Teeth Apart (City Theatre, PA). Film credits include Creation of Destiny, Out of Our Time and A Powerful Thang. Imagineer/maker of the Eat Me Machine, a dessert vending machine.

BARBARA HORT, PH.D. Production Dramaturg


MARK TYNAN Stage Manager

Mary McDonald-Lewis has been a working artist since 1979 as a SAGAFTRA voice actor and on-camera performer, and in theater for much longer as an actor and director. MaryMac has been a dialect coach since 1999, and is house coach for Hallmark Hall of Fame, the series Leverage, Grimm and others. Film, television and stage clients range from overnight sensations to Drammy, Obie, Emmy and Oscar winners, and include a Knight of the British Empire. She is blessed to be a resident artist, speech and text director at Artists Repertory Theatre and house coach at Portland Center Stage, and is just thrilled to say this is her 25th show as coach at PCS. MaryMac thanks Finnegan, Sullivan and Flynn for always wagging their tails when she comes home from telling her tales. marymac.com   JOHN ARMOUR Fight Director

John is an actor and fight director who has been choreographing violence for more than 25 years. He is based in Portland, Oregon, where he choreographs for many local theater companies and teaches throughout the region at colleges, high schools and middle schools. John’s work has been seen regularly on stage at Portland Opera, Portland Center Stage, Artists Repertory Theatre, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Miracle Theatre and many others. John’s work has twice been recognized within the Portland theater community for Best Fight Design.

Barbara Hort, Ph.D., has maintained a private practice in Portland for over 25 years, working primarily from the psychological perspective developed by the Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung. At the invitation of Chris Coleman, Dr. Hort has served as a dramaturg on the PCS productions of Sweeney Todd, Clybourne Park, the 2013 JAW festival, Fiddler on the Roof, Othello, Dreamgirls, Threesome, Three Days of Rain, Ain’t Misbehavin’, and now, A Streetcar Named Desire, providing material on the psychological dynamics of the play that can be used by the artists who are creating the performance.

Imagine being in a room full of artists, watching the birth of an idea, a movement given purpose, a sentence, phrase, scene, act given life. Then imagine that room translating to the stage with lighting, sound, costumes, scenery and props, then you can imagine what Mark’s job is like. Special thanks to the phenomenal PCS production assistants, Marialena DiFabbio, Stephen Kriz Gardner, Bailey Anne Maxwell and Kristen Mun, who help keep the vision attainable. Prior to PCS, Mark toured nationally and internationally with musicals including Dreamgirls, The King and I with Rudolf Nureyev, How to Succeed …, Grand Hotel, The Phantom of the Opera, Rent and Jersey Boys. Other Portland credits include several summers with Broadway Rose Theatre Company in Tigard. Regional credits include Alley Theatre (Houston, TX), La Jolla Playhouse (La Jolla, CA) and Casa Mañana Theatre (Fort Worth, TX). KRISTEN MUN Production Assistant

Kristen Mun is originally from Hawaii and graduated from Southern Oregon University with a B.F.A. in Stage Management. This is her third season at Portland Center Stage, where previous credits include: production assistant on Each and Every Thing, Forever, The Santaland Diaries, Three Days of Rain, Threesome, Lizzie, and 2nd production assistant on Fiddler on the Roof. Outside of Portland, she has worked at the


Tennessee Williams (1911–1983) explored passion with daring honesty, and forged a poetic theater of raw psychological insight that shattered conventional proprieties and transformed the American stage. The autobiographical The Glass Menagerie brought what Mr. Williams called “the catastrophe of success,” a success capped by A Streetcar Named Desire, one of the most influential works of modern American literature. An extraordinary series of masterpieces followed, including Vieux Carré, Sweet Bird of Youth, The Rose Tattoo, Orpheus Descending and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Idaho Repertory Theatre and Actors Theater of Louisville. In Portland, she has worked as a production assistant and stage manager with other theater companies, such as Artists Repertory Theatre (And So It Goes …, Red Herring), Oregon Children’s Theatre (A Year With Frog and Toad, Charlotte’s Web, Ivy and Bean, Junie B. Jones) and Broadway Rose Theatre Company (Oklahoma!). Outside of stage managing, Kristen is also a fight choreographer and stage combat teacher. 

Portland Center Stage operates under an agreement among the League of Resident Theatres (LORT), Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, and the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. PCS is a member of LORT, Theatre Communications Group, Portland Business Alliance and Travel Portland. Portland Center Stage is a participant in the Audience (R)Evolution Program, funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and administered by Theatre Communications Group, the national organization for the professional not-for-profit American theater.

The Scenic, Costume, Lighting and Sound Designers in LORT are represented by United Scenic Artists Local USA-829, IATSE


Celebrating our Northwest Stories Everybody has a story to tell ... and so does every place. IT’S TIME TO TELL OURS. Portland Center Stage is delighted to announce the launch of Northwest Stories. Beginning this fall, PCS will bring to light a diverse collection of plays investigating the essence of our region. From fresh looks at regional history to dynamic explorations of contemporary culture, this series will blend adventurous storytelling with local impact, all created with the immediacy and vibrancy only live performance can bring. PCS audiences have already embraced past productions that touched on the Northwest experience — in shows ranging from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest to Snow Falling on Cedars and Crazy Enough — and that inspired us to invest in telling even more of these stories as part of our programming. The Northwest Stories series will add to our ongoing mix of beloved classics, dazzling musicals, and the very best of contemporary theater. We are especially proud that the majority of the series will be created specifically for PCS and our audiences. In the 2016–2017 season, two plays from Northwest Stories will be world premieres: Astoria, based on the best-selling book by Peter Stark and adapted by Chris Coleman; and Wild and Reckless, a new musical event by local folk-rockers, Blitzen Trapper. We have also commissioned four new works by some of the most passionate and inventive artists working today to lend their voices to this series: James Beaton, Mary Kathryn Nagle, Dan O’Brien and Lauren Yee. These artists are each crafting unique plays that examine our culture with heart, humor and consummate humanity. As a group, they’ll create a landscape of works that will enchant our senses and ignite dynamic dialogues about the events — and the places — that define who we are. PCS already has a long history of developing new work for the stage. In the past 17 years, more than 70 scripts have been developed during our annual festival of new work, JAW: A Playwrights Festival. PCS has also produced 20 fully-staged world premieres. 150 professional theater companies have gone on to produce plays developed at PCS. Through an exciting partnership with The Wallace Foundation, we now have the resources to build on our history of adding to the theatrical canon, while also celebrating our connection to the Northwest. The root of Northwest Stories is a spirit of communitybuilding. Why do we form communities? How do different ones interlock and coexist? And what role does a specific corner of the world play in the shaping of a life? Given those questions, and the theater’s role as a nexus of community engagement, we are thrilled to share this work with you in the seasons to come.

We look forward to having you along for the journey!


Argyle Winery is proud of its long relationship with Portland Center Stage, an organization that has “always depended on the kindness of strangers” to provide programming that enriches our community through the arts. We’re looking forward to this production of A Streetcar Named Desire.


It’s been a glorious 2015–16 season at Portland Center Stage, bookended by two giants of the American theater canon — Wilder’s Our Town in September and now Williams’ Streetcar to play us out. We congratulate all the hard-working artists and staff members at PCS for a season ‘Well Done’ and feel privileged to play a small part in helping PCS bring stories to life. Bravo!


We are thrilled to be a corporate sponsor of this excellent and timeless play, and we cannot wait to see Portland Center Stage’s interpretation!


Tennessee Williams has created a medley of indelible cast members in Streetcar who replicate his own family and friends. Director Chris Coleman once again combines seasoned national stage and screen actors with fine local talent to play these richly depicted characters. Please sit back and enjoy with me Williams’ master-crafted 1947 timeless theater piece, A Streetcar Named Desire.


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The cherry on top of a great season and decade at the Gerding Theater! Join us in our support of PCS as we welcome the next stellar season at the Armory!


Live theater, drama you can see and hear and feel, is so exciting. For us, no other art form comes close. We’re honored to help bring to the PCS stage one of the great American plays.

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INDIVIDUAL GIFTS (AS OF MARCH 28, 2016) The membership levels and names listed below are determined by your individual gift membership renewal date and are recognized for twelve months. We make every attempt to acknowledge your name accurately. If you find a mistake, want to make a change or think your name should be listed and want to inquire further, please don’t hesitate to call 503.445.3744 to let us know. We are more than happy to make changes for the next playbill. Those donors whose names are in bold are a part of our Sustaining Supporters group. We want to honor those donors who have given every year for the last five years. Your consistent support to Portland Center Stage means a great deal to us and keeps our theater thriving. Thank you for your loyalty and generosity. OVATION SOCIETY ($100,000+) Keith & Sharon Barnes Don & Mary Blair

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Brenda & Bruce Schwindt Tyrelle Servo April Severson B.J. Seymour Lynda Shapiro Gayle Sheppard Karen Sheridan Ron & Lynn Sherwood Joan Shireman Thomas & Mary Showalter Marilyn B. Simmons Jaymi & Francis Sladen Henrianne Slattery Christine & Todd Smith Scot Spicer Sylva & Robert Staab Steve Stash & Nancy McFarlane Mary Steckel James & Michele Stemler Leigh D. & Kathleen Stephenson-Kuhn E Kay Stepp Katherine M. Stinson Elizabeth & Les Stoessl Ruth M. Strauch Jeffrey Strawbridge Melody Sweet Elizabeth Tabaka Ruth & John Talbott Gary Taliaferro Sharon Tarlow Ann & Dave Taylor Cathy Tempelsman Larie Thomas Robin Thomas Anne M. Thompson Margaret Thompson Rebecca Todd Charles & Sharon Toland Bill & Marti Tom David Toovy Kathy Travnicek Mr. Michael Traylor & Derek Holmgren Timothy & Lanette Trickey Peter & Cathy Tronquet Lance & Suzie Tryon Roberta & Ward Upson Paul J. Utz & Lory Cogan Utz John & Terri Vann David Verburg James & Nancy Vondran Jon Vorderstrasse Ann Waldman Ms. Shu-Ju Wang & Mr. Mike Coleman Anne & Eddie Ward Scott Weaver Joe Weber Brandon & Betty Jean Wentworth Marjorie & Jack Butler David & Sally Wheeler Ms. Erleen Whitney Linda Wiener & Joel Datloff Pam Williams Jennifer Wilson Ms. Kathy Witkowski & Ms. Lura Lee Elisa Wong & Geoff Stonecipher Marti & Stephen Beverly & Marty Zell Gregory Zerwekh Arlene & Bob Zucker

Merci Beaucoup TO OUR 2016 GALA SPONSORS! Liberté


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INFO | PCS Website:


Ticket Office Group Sales Admin. Offices Contributions Volunteer Info Lost and Found Emergency # Audition Hotline Education Building Rentals

445.3700 445.3794 445.3720 445.3744 445.3825 445.3700 445.3727 445.3849 445.3795 445.3824

boxoffice@pcs.org groups@pcs.org karenj@pcs.org robynh@pcs.org boxoffice@pcs.org casting@pcs.org education@pcs.org rentals@pcs.org


Phone: Noon–6:00 p.m., Daily Walk-Up Window: Open Until Showtime Single tickets and season tickets may be purchased in person, online at PCS.ORG, or by phone at 503.445.3700.



IN TRIBUTE Amanda Ashley in honor of Cynthia Fuhrman Jan and Bill Beebe in memory of Chris Wetteland Randall J. Brown in honor of Karen Alexander-Brown Andrea Carlson in honor of Mitchell Erickson Ginger A. Carroll in memory of J. Michael Carroll Chris Coleman in memory of Jerry Stern, a blessing to have known him Judy Dauble in memory of Chris Wetteland Scott and Jeanette Depoy in memory of Annette Coleman Bill Dickey in memory of Richard Lawson John and Danuta Donovan in memory of Robert Gerding Elisabeth Baerg Hall, Catherine Hall Wedge and Micah Hall in memory of Shirley Sachs Hort Tom and Betsy Henning in memory of Annette Coleman Dr. Hal Howard in memory of Carol Howard Douglas and Selby Key in honor of Charlie Frasier Nancy Keystone in memory of Annette Coleman

Kathryn O’Brien in honor of Jim Knoll Jim Rosenbaum and Sandra Lewis in honor of Tim and Mary Boyle JS and Robin May in honor of Chris Coleman Richard Meeker in honor of Ellen Rosenblum Joan Peacock in loving memory of Ben Buckley David Pollock in honor of Rosemary Trierweiler Doug and Kathy Querin in memory of Chris Wetteland Lisa Sanman and Ebbe Roe Smith in memory of Shirley Sachs Hort Carl Snook in honor of Andy Linehan Melody Sweet in honor of Mary Siebenmann Becky Todd in honor of Ginny Kaiser-Shipman Ted and Julie Vigeland in memory of Annette Coleman Ted and Julie Vigeland in fond memory of Richard Lawson who loved and strongly supported PCS. He was loved by us and so many others. Ted and Julie Vigeland in grateful memory of Jerry Stern and his fondness for and tremendous support of PCS In memory of Christopher M. Taylor

TRIBUTE GIFTS Why not try something different? Instead of searching for that perfect gift or struggling over how to acknowledge a special achievement, you can recognize someone with a 100% tax deductible Tribute Gift to Portland Center Stage. We’ll make it even easier for you by specially notifying the appropriate person that a Tribute Gift was made in honor or memoriam and list your gift in the playbill. If you would like to make a Tribute Gift, please contact Karen Johnson at: 503.445.3744 or karenj@pcs.org.


Mary Boyle, Chair Civic Volunteer Mardilyn Saathoff, Vice Chair Senior Vice President and General Counsel, NW Natural Ted Austin, Second Vice Chair Senior Vice President, The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank Brigid Flanigan, Treasurer President, Shamrock Holdings, LLC Steven E. Wynne, Secretary Executive Vice President, Moda Health Steve Hedberg, Immediate Past Chair COO, Perkins Coie Chris Coleman, President Artistic Director, Portland Center Stage Sharon Barnes, Community Volunteer Sarah Crooks, Partner, Perkins Coie, LLP Evelyn Crowell, Retired, Portland State University Tracy Curtis, Regional President of Oregon and Southwest Washington, Wells Fargo & Company Gail Hayes Davis, Civic Volunteer Randy Foster, Partner, Stoel Rives LLP Diana Gerding, Community Volunteer Lani Hayward, Executive VP, Creative Strategies, Umpqua Holdings Corp Betsy Henning, CEO and Founder, AHA! Strategic Communications Yuki “Lynne” Johnston, Advocate for the Arts Kevin Kelly, Retired Jim Knoll, President, Knoll Mediation Karen O’Connor Kruse, Partner, Stoel Rives LLP Dedre Marriott, Community Volunteer Charles McGee, President and CEO, Black Parent Initiative Bob Packard, Managing Partner, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects Peter V. Potwin, Retired, CFO, Benson Industries, Inc. Bruce Ramseyer, Senior Vice President, Private Banking, Washington Trust Bank Pat Ritz, Chairman and CEO, Footwear Specialties International Dave Robertson, Vice President, Public Policy, PGE Joe Sawicki, Vice President and General Manager, Mentor Graphics, Design-To-Silicon Division Marcy Schwartz, Senior Vice President, CH2M HILL Michael Sheridan, VP, Financial Advisor, The Newhouse Sheridan Group, Merrill Lynch Ann E. Smith Sehdev, Physician, Cascade Pathology Doug Smith, Retired, Senior Vice President, AMEC John Taylor, Co-founder, Arcadia Investment Corporation Brian Wilson, Principal, Mainland Northwest, LLC J. Greg Ness, Director Emeritus, Chairman, President and CEO, Standard Insurance, StanCorp Financial Group Julie Vigeland, Director Emeritus, Civic Volunteer

In Memoriam Bob Gerding

STAFF | PCS Artistic Director | Chris Coleman ARTISTIC

Associate Artistic Director: Rose Riordan Producing Associate: Brandon Woolley Literary Manager: Benjamin Fainstein Company Manager: Don Kenneth Mason Literary Associate: Mary Blair

Operations Assistants: Mitchell Bohanan, Katie Cronin Events & Rentals Manager: Jessica Metteer Rentals Assistant: Elizabeth Hjort Lead Custodian: Joel Hartman Evening Custodian: Liliana Thirdgill


John Flora



Education & Community Programs Director: Kelsey Tyler Education & Community Programs Associate: Clara Liis-Hillier Education & Community Programs Assistant: Eric Werner Resident Teaching Artist: Matthew B. Zrebski


Production Manager: Liam Kaas-Lentz Production Coordinator: Lydia Comer Stage Managers, AEA: Kelsey Daye Lutz, Mark Tynan, Janine Vanderhoff Production Assistants: Stephen Kriz Gardner, Bailey Anne Maxwell, Kristen Mun Technical Director: Derek Easton Scene Shop Manager: Seth Chandler Master Carpentar: Nick Foltz Staff Carpenters/Welders: Nate Crosby, Noah Phillips, Phil A. Shaw Properties Master: Michael Jones Lead Props Artisan: Rachel Peterson Schmerge Scenic Charge Artist: Kate Webb Costume Shop Manager: Mike Floyd Cutters/Drapers: Paula Buchert, Eva Steingrueber-Fagan First Hand: Larissa Cranmer Costume Crafts Artisan: Barbara Casement Wardrobe Mistress: Bonnie Henderson-Winnie Wig Supervisor: Danna Rosedahl Lighting Supervisor: Ben Courtney Master Electrician, U.S. Bank Main Stage: Alexz Eccles Master Electrician, Ellyn Bye Studio: Em Douglas Deck Manager: Tim McGarry Resident Sound Designer & Sound/Video Supervisor: Casi Pacilio Sound Engineer & Lead Programmer: Scott Thorson Sound Engineer & Programmer: Em Gustason


Elicia Beebe Jackson Hunt Shawn Mallory Kiona McAlister Sarah O’Shaughnessy PROPS ARTISANS



Chief Operating Officer: Cynthia Fuhrman General Manager: Creon Thorne Finance Director: Lisa Comer Accounting Manager: Aurora Sanquilly Accountant: Alan King HR Manager: Caitlin Upshaw Executive & HR Assistant: Nia I. Adams IT Administrator: Christian Kisanga IT Assistant: James Dixon Database/Tessitura Consultant: Bob Thomas

Flat-bed seats on all Delta One flights.


Development Director: Lisa Sanman Associate Development Director: Jennifer Goldsmith Grants Manager: Marlene A. Montooth Development Associate: Karen Johnson Producer, Development Events: Kate Bowman Professional Development Volunteer: Carolyn DeLany-Reif


Director of Marketing & Communications: Cynthia Fuhrman Public Relations & Publications Manager: Claudie Jean Fisher Group Sales & Promotions Manager: Mandy Morgan Marketing & Communications Associate: Alice Hodge Graphic Designer: Mikey Mann Multimedia Designer: Kate Szrom Webmaster: Christian Bisgard Production Photographer: Patrick Weishampel


Patron Services Manager: Luke Robertson Patron Services Assistant Managers: Klint Keys, Sierra Walker Senior Patron Services Associate: Emily S. Ryan Patron Services Associates: Megan Harned, David Harper Sales Associates: Madelyn Clement, Michael Erickson, Jack E. Ridenour


Operations Manager: Sean Andries Operations Lead: Lauren Knapp

Sarah Tiffany-Appleton Kathleen Reid STITCHERS

Sanne Dodier Virginia Kilkelly Morgan Reaves SOUND BOARD OPERATOR

Scott Thorson

A Streetcar Named Desire cover art by Michael Buchino.



Flat-bed seats on all Delta One flights.


Concierges: Miles Bennette-Eaton, Meghan Howard-Hakala, Wynee Hu, Amanda Maxwell, Bailey Anne Maxwell Volunteer Coordinator: Robyn Hodges Lead House Manager: Michael Rocha House Managers: Jenna Barganski, Nhu Nguyen, Emerson Scott, RaChelle Schmidt Food and Beverage Managers: Jamie Bilderback, Noelle dePinna Kitchen Supervisor: Erik Sanchez Café Supervisor: Ellie Percival Kitchen Assistants/Cooks: Laura Fudacz, Sam DiChiara Food & Beverage Service Staff: Cait Allen, Stacy Hagen, Chris Klarer, Lucia Oneil, Franz Rutherford, Chelsea Turner


Office Assistants Chair: Connie Guist Entertainers Chairs: Jo McGeorge, Olivia Jacobus Supporting Cast Chair: Karen Watson


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