A great American classic!
Few plays have explored the byways of the human heart as poignantly and poetically as Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie. Amanda is a Southern belle, abandoned wife, and dominating mother, living with two grown children. Amanda dreams of a better life for her painfully shy and crippled daughter, Laura, who evades her mother’s schemes and reality by retreating to a world of make-believe. Tom, her son and sole support for the family, wrestles with his desire for adventure and a life outside the confines of their small apartment in St. Louis. Amanda pushes Tom to find a “gentleman caller” for the Laura, however, his arrival sends shockwaves through the family and causes cracks to form in the delicate fantasies that have kept them each going.
Featuring Angela Iannone as the iconic Amanda Wingfield
Directed by Mary MacDonald Kerr
Also featuring: Grace DeWolff as Laura, John Glowacki as Tom and Rick Pendzich as Jim
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