Why See The Glass Menagerie?
Director Gordon Edelstein's powerful new version, which also features Patch Darragh as Tom, Keira Keeley as Laura and Michael Mosley as Jim O'Connor, arrives in New York following its critically-acclaimed run at Long Wharf Theatre.
THE GLASS MENAGERIE is a gripping portrait of an American family struggling to maintain the fragile balance between a difficult past and an uncertain future.
This powerful new version blurs the delicate line between playwright and narrator, infusing Tom Wingfield's (Patch Darragh) flashbacks with fresh meaning and bringing visceral truth to his tangled relationships with Laura (Keira Keeley), Amanda and Jim (Michael Mosley ).
Renowned for its vivid characters, exquisitely written dialogue and absorbing story, THE GLASS MENAGERIE has the capacity to move, to entrance and to dazzle. Don't miss this shattering production of Tennessee Williams' best-loved drama.
Previews from March 5th 2010
Opening night March 24th 2010
Closes May 20th 2010
Audience: The Glass Menagerie is suitable for audiences aged 12 and upwards
Run time: Two hours and 45 minutes with one 15 minute intermission
Opening night: 5 March 2010
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