Susan B. Paschal, Fayetteville State, on A Sreetcar Named Desire.

“Under Professor Mark T. Mannette’s sensitive but concrete direction this classic play by Tennessee Williams came to rugged life with visual intrigues, well developed character relationships and a perpetual flow make one forget the true length of the play. Amidst the challenges of an antiquated light board, tricky sound system and lack of wing space, Mannette magically turned the little theatre into the steamy Faubourg Marigny district in New Orleans in a way that would put larger colleges to shame. St. Andrews is lucky to have such a gifted theater generalist in their midst as he shows mastership in all avenues of production.”