It was also announced that an additional week of performances have been added to the run at the Phoenix Theatre, now running from the 20th March until the 6th May.

(c)Marc Brenner

Full casting has now been confirmed for the upcoming West End transfer of the Almeida Theatre’s production of Tennessee Williams’ which will begin performances at the Phoenix Theatre on the 20th March.

The run has also been extended for an additional week, with further tickets being released for sale from 11am on Monday 13th March.

Joining the previously announced Patsy Ferran (Blanche), Paul Mescal (Stanley), Anjana Vasan (Stella) and Dwane Walcott (Mitch) will be Eduardo Ackerman (Pablo), Gabriela García (Mexican Woman), Francesca Knight (understudy) Tom Penn (Doctor/Drummer) and Jabez Sykes (Young Collector) – all of whom are reprising their roles from the run at the Almeida.

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

On a street in New Orleans, in the blistering summer heat, a sister spirals.

When Blanche unexpectedly visits her estranged sister Stella, she brings with her a past that will threaten their future. As Stella’s husband Stanley stalks closer to the truth, Blanche’s fragile world begins to fracture. Reality and illusion collide and a violent conflict changes their lives forever.

Recently nominated for six Olivier Awards, Rebecca Frecknall’s production was critically acclaimed when it opened at the Almeida Theatre last year. The creative team behind this revival includes: 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.

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