Tennessee Williams' Masterpiece Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage
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The last date listed for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was Sunday September 26, 2010 / 2:00pm.
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Based on the beloved, Caldecott Honor-winning children's book of the same name, this boisterously bovine musical tells a tale of animal revolution. Working all day long in a drafty old barn to provide eggs and milk for Farmer Brown's farm, the chickens and cows are appalled when their request for electric blankets is denied. Enough is enough ... it's time for a strike! Join the crafty critters of Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type as they wage a peaceful protest for their right to improved working conditions (luckily, yes ... the cows can type out their demands). Amidst the catchy songs and amusing story, this show teaches little ones important lessons about negotiation and compromise. Learn More
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Featured review from Sydney Stephan
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This performance was exceptional in every regard. The casting was perfect - very believable. The Main St. Stage is one of the nicer playhouses in the Twin Cities. I took a birthday party of 14 - so fun! One of the cast members is a friend and he told me about Goldstar. It worked great and I saved serious money.
Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Scott Ford
Come and sit a spell on the porch of the Mississippi Delta’s richest cotton planter as this sultry southern tale unravels family secrets. On a sweltering night, family and friends gather for Big Daddy’s birthday celebration where lies, lust, greed, and envy threaten to bubble over. Daughter-in-law Maggie struggles in her unfulfilling marriage. Her husband Brick is consumed by a drinking problem which blinds him to his ambitious brother’s manipulative plots for control. Gasps of shock, intrigue and yearning will leave even the flies on the wall searching for a glass of lemonade to cool off.
About the Ticket Supplier: Lyric ArtsLyric Arts Company of Anoka is a non-profit community theater geared toward entertainment and educational opportunities for people of all ages.
The mission of Lyric Arts is building community and nurturing artists and audiences of all ages through the magic of live theater. We accomplish this by providing opportunities for artists and audiences of all ages to experience and celebrate these art forms in their community.