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As a director of A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams I would share the view that No matter how bleak they seem all plays end in hope I believe that there is always hope In the last scene scene eleven there is a very bleak depressing atmosphere but near the end of the scene hints of hope can be seen Hope can be seen when Blanche is being helped by the doctor when she says I have always depended on the kindness of strangers From this line you can see that she has hope theres hope for her to recover from her illness and that shes willing to receive help In scene eleven Stanleys mates are around playing poker again despite Stanleys promise to Stella that the poker games wouldnt be held at their house anymore Stella is crying while packing away Blanches belongings for she has organised for people to come round and take her sister to an asylum Blanche is expecting Shep Huntleigh At the door appear a Doctor and Matron The Matron comes in to collect Blanche and there is a struggle but then the Doctor comes in and leads Blanche out of the house without any trouble at all Stella calls out to her and sobs for she regrets what she has done but she had no other choice As a director I would place all the female characters on the left half of the stage and all the male characters on the right half I would do this to show the separation and difference between males and females that I have noticed throughout the play The men have their poker nights that the women arent invited to so the women must either go out for the night or keep to themselves in a separate part of the apartment There would be a distant relationship between the male and female characters and I would like the audience to feel that
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