March 13, 2024-April 21, 2024
Bring Your Group

New Orleans. The heat is sweltering; the liquor flows, and the secrets are as thick as the humidity.

STREET CLOSURE ALERT: Because of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, there are multiple street closures in downtown Aurora on Sunday, March 17. Beginning at 8 a.m., Downer Avenue will be closed between Broadway/25 and River Street. From 9:45 a.m.-Noon Benton from Broadway to Stolp will be closed. From 10:30 a.m.-Noon Stolp from Benton to Galena will be closed. Please know the parking Garage on Stolp & Downer will be mostly inaccessible from 10:30 a.m.-Noon with the street closures. Downer from Stolp to Broadway/25 will re-open at approximately 1 p.m. Valet for the 1 p.m. matinee will line-up on Galena, in the far right lane next to Altiro. Please do not pull directly up in front of Paramount for Valet Service. If Stolp opens early, please do not line-up there either. Vehicles will only be accepted on Galena, next to Altiro Restaurant on the corner of Stolp & Galena. The City is anticipating large crowds, so please give yourself plenty of time to locate parking and get to the theater.

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama!

NEW ORLEANS. The heat is sweltering; the liquor flows, and the secrets are thick as humidity. Pull up a chair and join the high-stakes game of cards. To your left is Stella Kowalski, married, loves her husband and will do anything for him. On your right is Stanley Kowalski, hard drinking, hard playing and hard fists that get used a lot. Across from you is Blanche DuBois, vulnerable, alone and ready to break. Streetcar confronts us with the tenuous relationship between reality and illusion, hope and despair and the brutal battle for beauty and tenderness when the world feels like it’s conspiring against you. The players are in place. The cards are dealt. Hold on for your life.

Two directors, one play: A peek behind the curtain of A Streetcar Named Desire. What happens when you take two lauded directors from different generations and put them together to lead one show? – Read full article.

There will be two certified sign interpreters translating all dialogue and lyrics into American Sign Language at the following performances:

2023-24 Broadway Season – Use code: ASLPARAMOUNT

2023-24 BOLD Season – Use code: ASLBOLD

You must enter promo code to unlock ASL Interpreted section and special $30 price.

Back to Top

Meet the Team


Amanda Drinkall *

Blanche DuBois

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Casey Hoekstra *

Stanley Kowalski

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Alina Taber *

Stella Kowalski

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Ben Page

Harold Mitchell (Mitch)

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Joshua L. Green

Steve Hubbell

Previously in Dreamgirls and Sweat.

Andrea Uppling

Eunice Hubbell, u/s Blanche

Previously in What the Constitution Means to Me

Roberto Antonio Mántica

Pablo Gonzales, u/s Stanley

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Adriel Irizarry

Doctor, Young Collector, u/s Pablo

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Desiree Gonzalez

Nurse, Flower Vendor, u/s Stella

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Tatiana Bustamante

u/s Nurse, u/s Eunice

Making Paramount Theatre Debut.

Gabriel Fries

u/s Mitch, u/s Steve, u/s Young Collector, u/s Doctor

Previously in What the Constitution Means to Me and Hand to God

Artistic Team

Jim Corti


Elizabeth Swanson


Angela Weber Miller

Scenic Designer

Mara Blumenfeld

Costume Designer

Cat Wilson

Lighting Designer

Forrest Gregor

Sound Designer

Kevin O’Donnell

Composer / Audio Associate

Aimee Plant

Properties Designer

Sarah Scanlon

Intimacy & Fight Director

Kate Booth

Assistant Fight Director

Susan Gosdick

Dialect Coach

Erin Nicole Eggers *

Stage Manager

Emma Franklin

Assistant Stage Manager

* indicates member of Actors’ Equity Association (AEA)
† indicates member of United Scenic Artists (USA)
‡ indicates member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC)

Back to Top