A smash on Broadway, then a smash in Hollywood, Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire features some of the most iconic acting in the history of both. Producer Charles K. Feldman gathered director Elia Kazan and actors Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, and Karl Malden from the original stage production, and brought Vivien Leigh from the London production, […]
Is there any more iconic CRAAAZY MAMA than the ghost tormenting poor Norman Bates? Though never appearing in the film, “Mother” is eternally present in the eyes and simpering mannerisms of poor Norman, and she wreaks havoc on unsuspecting women from the grave! The perfect film close our series. The Heights Theater unveils a festival […]
Classic thriller with a terrorizing Alan Arkin. Do it.
It opens with Magnificent Ambersons on May 15