In this powerful American masterpiece, four young soldiers fresh from boot camp wait anxiously in 1965 Virginia, watching the Vietnam conflict escalate. As they struggle to make sense of their new life in the army, tensions rise over race, sexuality, and class, culminating in an explosive act that changes them forever.
David Rabe is the Tony Award-winning author of In the Boom Boom Room and Hurlyburly, and screenwriter for the films The Firm, Casualties of War, and I'm Dancing as Fast as I can. Director Scott Ellis has received numerous Tony Award nominations, including Best Director for his Broadway revival of Twelve Angry Men, and was recently nominated for an Emmy Award for his work on the television series "30 Rock."
The director and cast talk about the Huntington's production of David Rabe's Streamers directed by Scott Ellis, playing Nov. 9 through Dec. 9, 2007 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre.
The cast of Streamers at the Huntington talks about working with Director Scott Ellis.
The cast and creative team of the Huntington's production of Streamers discuss the writing of playwright David Rabe.
The cast and creative team of the Huntington's production of David Rabe's Streamers discuss the play's characters and setting.
Jeff Croiter returns to the Huntington having previously designed Pirates! (or, Gilbert and Sullivan Plunder'd), A Month in the Country, Brendan, Trumbo, Kiki and Herb, and Streamers. On Broadway he has designed Newsies The Musical, Peter and the Starcatcher (Tony Award), Jekyll and Hyde, and more.
John Gromada previously designed and composed original music for the Huntington's productions of Betrayal, Educating Rita, All My Sons, Well, Rabbit Hole, and Carol Mulroney. He has composed music or designed sound for more than 30 productions on Broadway and over 300 productions regionally in the US and abroad.
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