Venue Details

5 Star Starred
The Booth Theatre
Between Broadway and 8th Avenue 222 West 45th Street New York, NY 10036
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This play is 3+ hours. Think about eating first.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? info Dec 07 2012 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

14 ratings
4.6 average rating
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attended Feb 19 2014

Great experience! Cast was amazing. Too bad this one gentleman sitting behind me left his cell phone ringer on, and when it rang in the middle of the second act, he let it continue ringing as he got up to walk out and ANSWERED it in the theatre....continued

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6 reviews
7 stars
attended Feb 12 2014

Great seat and the best actors all at a nice price reduction. Loved it.

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0 stars
attended Jan 07 2014

Everything from the set, music and lighting were spectacular but the direction and performances were all stellar! The gentleman caller scene had me gasping...Celia Keenan-Bolger and Brian J Smith were outstanding. Try and see this before it closes!

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Website

http://theglassmenageriebroadway.com

Quotes & Highlights

“John Tiffany’s stunning production of Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie_—which stars Cherry Jones and Zachary Quinto in career-defining performances—promises to be the most revealing revival of a cornerstone classic for many a year to come.  Be prepared to have the breath knocked out of you.”—The New York Times_
Tennessee Williams’ classic is given a superb Broadway revival in John Tiffany’s brilliantly acted, striking production. This shattering and shimmering _Glass Menagerie is a must-see.” –_Daily News
“A thrilling night in the theater. There’s magic from start to finish. It’s all an alchemy that must be experienced. It is, like the work itself, unforgettable.” –Associated Press