The Scottish Ballet's new production of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire just got another fabulous review from London's Evening Standard which called it "florid, poetic, poisonously beautiful" and "everything you could want of Tennessee Williams." Tama Barry, the leading principal dancer who portrays Stanley, is being compared to Marlon Brando, and the Artistic Director Ashley Page's bright idea of attaching a real theater director to the production team is being called a "template for how to tell a story in dance." Hope this company and production are on somebody's radar on this side of the Atlantic.
This photo in the Evening Standard is uncredited, but oh what a picture. Click on it for full size.
Take another look at the trailer on YouTube.
And yet another glorious review for this production in The Guardian along with applause for Ashley Page's decision to include a real theater director on the production team.