Ben Brantley, New York Times
11 reviews, average rating:(3.4 Stars)
This play was simply awesome anyone that is looking for a great night out. ... more »
The play was wonderful and the acting superb, however, it was nearly imposs... more »
Debbie Allen should sit in the audience for one or two performances so she ... more »
The Tennessee Wiliams classic gets a new production with an African-American cast.
Will manipulative patriarch Big Daddy leave his plantation to his weasly son Gooper or his handsome alcoholic son Brick? And why doesn't Brick have a son of his own? Hotblooded wife Maggie does her best to tempt Brick from his brooding and back into her bed.
Hyprocisy, greed and secret passions threaten to tear apart a wealthy, but dysfunctional Mississippi family in Tennessee Williams' stunning American masterpiece. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof searingly portrays the larger-than-life characters of Maggie "the Cat", her alcoholic husband, Brick, and the dominating family patriarch, Big Daddy.
Winner of the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Previews from : 12th February 2008
Opened : 6th March 2008
Limited engagement until : 22nd June 2008
Audience: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof may be inappropriate for audiences aged 10 and younger (strong language) . Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Broadhurst Theater.
Run time: 2 hours and 45 minutes with two 12 minute intermissions
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