Sponsored by Carla and Ed Slomin
The Glass Menagerie
By TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
Directed by JULIANNE BOYD
A drama of exquisite beauty, The Glass Menagerie is one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century. Tennessee Williams looks at the Wingfield family – frustrated writer Tom, his nagging mother Amanda – who is often lost in memories of her Southern-belle past – and his painfully shy sister Laura. A visit from a “gentleman caller” sets off emotions and revelations that change their lives forever. Reality and illusion collide in this stirring family drama.
Sponsored in part by Hildi and Walter Black & Stephanie Fleckner and Arnold Kotlen
Student Matinees sponsored in part by The Dobbins Foundation & The Alpern-Rosenthal Foundation
October 10, 12, 17 and 19. Performances start at 10 AM.
Low priced student tickets are available. Talk back discussions with the actors are also available.
Please call Jessica Bush at (413) 997-6120 for further information.