Sixty years ago, Marlon Brando revolutionized acting in A streetcar Named Desire, creating a template for young actors.
The po-boy traces its roots back to the New Orleans streetcar labor union strike in 1929.
From hipsters to Mad Men to A streetcar Named Desire to pompadours and victory rolls, nostalgic revivals are everywhere.
It was a troupe he put together himself in 1953 after he already had his success in Hollywood with the film version of streetcar.
Tennessee Williams knew what he was doing when he planted it on his streetcar.
How I acted on the streetcar, or traversed the five blocks from the end of the line, I couldn't say.
Well, it's only a drizzle and we can take a streetcar to within a block of the house.
The streets of these towns were crowded with traffic and streetcar lines are numerous.
Coming out on the streetcar she had not had the least dread of meeting Frank.
He had been a driver on a streetcar, but had recently been dismissed for insolence to passengers and brutality to his horses.