In a visceral grip of pity and terror, the Virginia Stage Company audience watched in stunned, unblinking silence as the kindly gentleman psychiatrist and his masochistic nurse lead Blanche DuBois away to the mental hospital at the end of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire. Charlie Hensley lovingly directs this potent work... this production was stirring.” - D.D. Delaney

— PortFolio Weekly

...The larger risk is to mount a great play that everyone knows and has an opinion about. With this stellar version of A Streetcar Named Desire, the risk pays dividends in wrenching emotion.” - James MacKillop

— Syracuse News-Times

Virginia Stage Company's treatment of A Streetcar Named Desire, with Charlie Hensley making his debut at directing Tennessee Williams, proves to be no stranger. The approach is careful and reverential. A faithful recreation of this American masterpiece...” - Mal Vincent

— The Virginian-Pilot