Full casting announced for West End transfer of ‘A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE’ at the Phoenix Theatre

Full casting has been announced for the hugely anticipated West End transfer of Rebecca Frecknall’s Olivier Award-nominated revival of Tennessee Williams’ masterpiece, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, which has today extended its sold out run for one extra week due to unprecedented demand.

The production will now run at London’s Phoenix Theatre from 20th March to 6th May 2023.

Reprising their roles from the critically acclaimed Almeida production are Eduardo Ackerman (Pablo), Gabriela García (Mexican Woman), Francesca Knight (understudy) Tom Penn (Doctor/Drummer) and Jabez Sykes (Young Collector) alongside the previously announced Patsy Ferran (Blanche), Paul Mescal (Stanley), Anjana Vasan (Stella) and Dwane Walcott (Mitch). 

Alexander Eliot (Steve) and Cash Holland (Eunice) join the company, alongside understudies Rob Dempsey, Zach Parkin and Constanza Ruff to complete the cast.

The smash-hit production has just received six Olivier nominations including: Sir Peter Hall award for Best Director – Rebecca Frecknall; Best Actress in a play – Patsy Ferran; Best Actor in a play – Paul Mescal; Best Supporting Actress in a play – Anjana Vasan; Best Lighting Design – Lee Curran; and Best Revival – A Streetcar Named Desire.

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIREs creative team is: Director: Rebecca Frecknall; Set Designer: Madeleine Girling; Costume Designer: Merle Hensel; Lighting Designer: Lee Curran; Sound Designer: Peter Rice: Composer: Angus MacRae and Casting Director: Julia Horan CDG.

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE is produced by Ambassador Theatre Group Productions the Almeida Theatre, Gavin Kalin productions, Wessex Grove, GGRS and Los Angeles Media Fund.

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