A Streetcar Named Desire

A Streetcar Named Desire

For the first time, this creation of the American pianist, orchestra director and composer, of German origin, André Previn arrives at the Teatro Colón. The lyrical version of the classic namesake Tennessee Williams was written for soprano Renée Fleming, who premiered it in 1998, at the San Francisco Opera.

Undoubtedly, the iconic character of universal dramaturgy deserved operatic carnival: Blanche DuBois, a mature woman from the south of the United States with aristocratic airs but come to less, forced to move to the narrow apartment of his sister Stella after the indifference and subsequent reaction of his savage brother-in-law Stanley Kowalsky, he only finds refuge in madness.