a streetcar named desire

“The Liar”: A farcical tale of lying, love and laughter

By Jared Preble / March 5, 2019

As the few flecks of snow melt away and the flowers prepare to bloom, Jim Eikrem’s cast and crew at Clackamas Community College’s theater department are channeling their inner Shakespeare, fastening their corsets and adjusting their wigs for their annual winter play. “The Liar,” written by Pierre Cornelius and adapted for the Shakespeare Company by…

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Streetcar drives the stage

By Clackamas Print / November 15, 2017

  CCC’S ANNUAL PRODUCTION ‘A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE’ TAKES A LOOK AT HISTORICAL NEW ORLEANS Story by Ian Van Orden News and opinion editor Throughout the short history of literature in the United States, many prominent figures have taken their turn in the spotlight. From Mark Twain’s unapologetic use of the vernacular of his time…

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