The Glass Menagerie is a delicate and beautifully written play by Tennessee Williams, and recognised as a reflection of his early life. Tom Wingate, a young writer, struggles to cast off the suffocating burden of supporting his mother Amanda and reclusive sister Laura during the late 1930’s. With the best intentions, Tom introduces Laura to a “gentleman caller”, but all goes badly awry.
Since premiering in 1944, the play has enjoyed numerous successful productions on the professional stage, on radio , on TV and on film. The Glass Menagerie is truly a seminal classic of enduring appeal. This production by the Heidelberg Theatre Company is directed by Karen Wakeham.
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