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Oh, Streetcar! is a musical version of Tennessee Williams' play A Streetcar Named Desire and was performed and produced in Springfield.
- Marge Simpson - Blanche DuBois
- Apu Nahasapeemapetilon - Steve Hubbell
- Ned Flanders - Stanley Kowalski
- Lionel Hutz - Harold "Mitch" Mitchell
- Jasper Beardly
- Clancy Wiggum
- Otto (former, replaced by Llewellyn Sinclair) - Pablo Gonzales
- Helen Lovejoy - Stella Kowalski
Behind the LaughterEdit
- The songs for the show were composed by Alf Clausen and written by Jeff Martin. The song "New Orleans" gained a lot of controversy because of its lyrics portraying the city in a bad light, which was meant to be a reference to Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. In response, in the following episode, Bart wrote on the chalkboard, "I will not defame New Orleans" as an apology.