Judith Ivey in The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams
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- “You’ll find something unexpected, namely the fiercely moving and seriously funny play Williams actually wrote, in a production that’s lightning-lit from within by the tough, compelling and first-rate Amanda Wingfield of Judith Ivey, giving what is surely the performance of her career.” --<em>The New York Times </em>
- “…there’s subtle craft in Keeley’s take on Laura’s fragility, and her performance grows weightier and more complex as the story culminates in a candle-lit kiss with her oblivious gentleman caller.” --<em>Entertainment Weekly</em>
- “<em>The Glass Menagerie</em>... at the Mark Taper Forum in a production directed by Gordon Edelstein, shouldn’t be missed.“ --<em>Los Angeles Times</em>
Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Gordon Edelstein
One of the greatest American plays finds new light in this critically lauded re-imagining of the classic story of a fragile family hanging its hopes on the arrival of a “gentleman caller.”
Two-time Tony Award-winner Judith Ivey features in director Gordon Edelstein’s sparkling new production that makes this Menagerie as fresh and vital and sadly magical as its original 1944 debut.