To complement the run of A Streetcar Named Desire, the Donmar Warehouse staged rehearsed readings of two of Tennessee Williams’ lesser-known plays on the 14 and 15 September - his final play A House Not Meant to Stand (1982) and an early work Fugitive Kind (1937).
The 14 September reading, A House Not Meant to Stand, was be directed by Jamie Lloyd, Associate Director of the Donmar. The company was Obi Abili, Alun Armstrong, Felicity Jones, Denis Lawson, Tom Riley, Alison Steadman, Tim Steed and Una Stubbs.
Tom Riley's Role
Charlie McCorkle / Young Charlie
14th september 2009 at 7 30pm