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The Glass menagerie /

Dramatic script relating the interactions of Amanda, her son, and her daughter, Laura and the very important gentleman caller.

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  • "Dramatic script relating the interactions of Amanda, her son, and her daughter, Laura and the very important gentleman caller."@en
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  • "An American classic about a mother obsessed with her disabled daughter."@en
  • "A strong willed woman attempts to impose her shattered dreams into the life and personality of her shy, reclusive daughter."@en
  • "A strong willed woman attempts to impose her shattered dreams into the life and personality of her shy, reclusive daughter."
  • "A play by Tennessee Williams."@en
  • "By wanting the best for her adult children but attempting to dictate the terms by which they live, Amanda is a mother to whom all must remain ambivalent. Whereas fabricating an idealized past becomes Amanda's comepensation for her present existence, daughter Laura's retreat into the world of her glass animals provides her only imaganitive escape."@en
  • "A play about a Southern woman who is anxious for her crippled daughter to be married."@en
  • "The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams' first great popular success and an autobiographical play about his mother and sister, launched the brilliant and controversial career of this ground-breaking American playwright. Set in St Louis during the depression era of the 1930s, it is the poignant drama of a family's gradual disintegration, under pressure both from outside and within. A frustrated mother persuades her rebellious son to provide a 'gentleman caller' for her shy, crippled daughter, but her romantic dreams are shattered by the intervention of harsh reality. This edition provides the author's preferred text, and includes Williams' essay on the impact of sudden fame on a struggling writer, 'The Catastrophe of Success', as well as a short section of Williams' own production notes."
  • "The only single edition now available of this American classic about a mother obsessed with her disabled daughter."
  • "The Minnesota Theatre Company presents another exciting adventure in classic repertory "The Glass Menagerie," Tennessee Williams, directed by Alan Schneider, designed by Lewis Brown, music by Herbert Pilhofer. Tyrone Guthrie, artistic director, Oliver Rea, Peter Zeisler, managing directors, Douglas Campbell, associate artistic direction, Tanya Moiseiwitsch, principal designer, Alan Schneider, associate director, Lewis Brown, associate designer, Herbert Pilhofer, musical director."@en
  • "Drama written in 1945 about a southern family with pretensions to gentility. Centers around the crippled daughter, Laura, who lives in a dream world so full of illusions that she becomes like the pieces in her own glass collection--too fragile to move from the shelf."
  • "Catherine Hepburn plays a mother whose pre-occupation with the past and her unrealistic dreams for her children threatens to smother them."@en
  • "Amanda, a faded southern belle, abandoned wife, and dominating mother, hopes to match her daughter Laura with an eligible "gentleman caller" while her son Tom supports the family. Laura, lame and painfully shy, evades her mother's schemes and reality by retreating to the make-believe world of her glass animal collection. Tom eventually leaves home to become a writer but is forever haunted by the memory of Laura."@en
  • "The University Theatre, University of Maryland, "The Glass Menagerie," by Tennessee Williams, directed by Dr. Charles Niemeyer, technical director A. Sayre Harris, produced by Ray Ehrensberger, assistant director Joanne Dunne, stage manager Bettye Smith, construction crew chairman Richard Lusher, costumes Wanda Standlee, make-up Beverlee Smith, sound Jack Brandt, lights Glen Miller."@en
  • "Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Michael Myerberg, owner-manager, Claude Giroux and Orrin Christy, Jr. present George Grizzard, Pat Hingle, Piper Lorie, Maureen Stapleton in the 20th anniversary production of Tennessee Williams' Drama Critics Circle award-winning play "The Glass Menagerie," directed by George Keathley, scenery supervised and designed respectively by James A. Taylor and Robert T. Williams, costumes by Patton Campbell, lighting by V.C. Fuqua, music by Paul Bowles."@en
  • "American classic about a mother obsessed with her disabled daughter."@en
  • "Folder contains the printed script with manuscript annotations, blocking and cues pasted on blank leaves, property and costumes lists, set design, and miscellaneous director's notes."

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