- New York PostMay 03 07:34 AM
Gillian Anderson’s back on a New York stage for the first time since an off-Broadway show in 1991. And not just in any role: She’s playing Blanche DuBois, the doomed diva of “A Streetcar Named Desire.” No wonder the St. Ann’s Warehouse box office is hopping. If only this London import were better. The best...
- The Hollywood ReporterMay 01 02:37 PM
Gillian Anderson stars as Blanche DuBois, fleeing from time and tawdry reality as she careens into insanity in Tennessee Williams' classic, with Ben Foster as her adversary. read more
‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ Theater Review: Gilli... - The New Canaan News
- New York TimesMay 01 02:12 PM
“A Streetcar Named Desire,” directed by Benedict Andrews, is a brave take on a classic play that envelops the audience in a timelessly primeval world.
Gillian Anderson Isn't a Fan of Plastic Surgery Now, But Says 'Talk to Me in 10 Years': 'I Don't Want to Say Never'People MagazineApr 20 01:11 PM
The star was named one of the Faces of the Year in PEOPLE's 2016 World's Most Beautiful People Issue
'X Files' Blooper Reel Shows A Very Sweary Gilli... - The Huffington Post UK
- The Wall Street JournalApr 29 06:09 PM
Gillian Anderson, who stars as Blanche DuBois in “A Streetcar Named Desire,” talks about the play’s pull on her and her penchant for playing damaged people.
- PlaybillMay 01 08:01 PM
London’s Young Vic theatre and Joshua Andrews’ production makes its U.S. debut at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
- The New York ObserverMay 02 12:14 PM
She was never a ginger. That was only for The X-Files and she’s a blonde again, like she was as a child growing up in England.
- United NationsApr 11 03:02 PM
“Film can change the world,” said actress Gillian Anderson in a recent interview at the United Nations about the movie SOLD, the story of a 13-year-old Nepalese girl's journey into sexual slavery and eventual emancipation.
- New KeralaApr 11 08:09 PM
New York, Apr 12 : "Film can change the world," said actress Gillian Anderson in a recent interview at the United Nations about the movie SOLD, the story of a 13-year-old Nepalese girl's journey into sexual slavery and eventual emancipation.
- The Hollywood ReporterApr 07 11:25 AM
Gillian Anderson lends star power to an India-set story of child slavery. read more