17-Dec-2017

Stanley and Stella Kowalski, billed as the Kowalski’s, are a world traveling theatre duo that performs dialogs from Tennessee William’s plays. The Kowalski’s are so enthralled with the material of Tennessee William’s plays that they officially had their names changed to two of the characters in “A Streetcar Named Desire."

Currently performing in Brighton, NY, the Kowalski usually spend their days practicing their lines, perfecting their performance.

Samples of Dialog
A Streetcar Named Desire

Stanley Kowalski: Stella! Come on, Stella!,
Stella: I'm not going back in there again, not this time, never going back, never.
Stanley Kowalski: Hey, Stella! Hey, Stellaaa!


Stanley Kowalski: Hey you two hens, cut out that cacklin' in there.
Stella:You can't hear us...
Stanley Kowalski:Well you can hear me, now knock it off!

The Glass Menagerie

Jim: Aw, aw, aw. Is it broken?
Laura: Now it is just like all the other horses.
Jim: It's lost its ?
Laura: Horn! It doesn't matter. . . . [smiling] I'll just imagine he had an operation. The horn was removed to make him feel less?freakish!


Tom: I'm going to the movies.
Amanda: That's right, now that you've had us make such fools of ourselves. The effort, the preparations, all the expense ! The new floor lamp, the rug, the clothes for Laura ! all for what? To entertain some other girl's fiancé ! Go to the movies, go ! Don't think about us, a mother deserted, an unmarried sister who's crippled and has no job ! Don't let anything interfere with your selfish pleasure I just go, go, go ? to the movies!

The Night of the Iguana

Hannah Jelkes: There are worse things than chastity, Mr. Shannon.
Lawrence Shannon: Yes: lunacy and death.


Maxine Faulk: So you appropriated the young chick and the old hens are squawking, huh?
T. Lawrence Shannon: It's very serious. The child is emotionally precocious.
Maxine Faulk: Bully for her.
T. Lawrence Shannon: Also, she is traveling under the wing of a military escort of a butch vocal teacher.

 

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