It was the Summer of 1947. Hot off the success of his smash debut The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams had written a play that would cement his legacy as America's greatest playwright. He needed to find the perfect star to play Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire. When a young unknown actor named Marlon Brando showed up to read for the role the rest, as they say, was history. This is the untold story of the most infamous audition of them all... Kowalski is the fabled, yet untold, story of how Marlon Brando landed the role of a lifetime and Tennessee Williams found his Stanley for A Streetcar Named Desire. A celebrated playwright. An unknown actor. Together they would revolutionize the American Theatre. 'They had this date with each other from the beginning...'