The One-Question Interview: David Cromer

June 20th, 2011, 3:00 pm by Greg

David Cromer

David Cromer

Q: If they were to name a sandwich after you at Pappa Charlie’s Deli – the Spring Street landmark where combos are named for Williamstown Theatre Festival celebrities – what would be on it?

A: I would like it to be a soft bread, maybe whole-grain, some grilled chicken and parmesan. Basically, it would be a Burger King chicken sandwich. (laughs) That’s what I would like.

David Cromer – 2010 MacArthur Fellow and theater director of the recent off-Broadway hit “Our Town,” as well as the Broadway revival of “The House of Blue Leaves” starring Ben Stiller and Edie Falco – is directing the season-opener at the Williamstown Theatre Festival – Tennessee Williams’ classic “A Streetcar Named Desire” starring Jessica Hecht, Sam Rockwell and Ana Reeder. The production opens on Thursday and runs through Sunday, July 3 at WTF’s Nikos Stage.

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