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Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 24 members
Review from Nancy Rick-Janis
2 events 1 review

This was an exceptional performance, the actors were outstanding. I took 7 16 year old Girl Scouts, who loved it. We read the story beforehand and used the study Guide on line at The actors were very friendly especially Mike...continued

reviewed Oct 19 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
36 events 31 reviews

Perhaps I waited too long to see this play. The story is so familiar now in all its aspects that it lacked necessary tension for me. I found the writings on the wall very distracting. However the acting is very good and one can always appreciate...continued

reviewed Sep 13 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Kara Lang Guminski
66 events 16 reviews

I've seen The Glass Menagerie before, but this production was one of the best. Overall, the acting was very strong, with moving, tender, and, admittedly, tear-inducing, performances by David Dastmalchian, Allison Batty, and Linda Reiter as the...continued

reviewed Oct 05 2008 report as inappropriate
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Shattered Globe Theatre will present Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, directed by Kevin Hagan. The Glass Menagerie launched Tennessee Williams’ professional career and is regarded by many to be his most biographical work — the characters and story emulating his own life more closely than any of his other plays. Inspired by real events, Williams employs themes of illusion and escape to depict the radiance and delicacy of life in this “memory play.”  Shattered Globe will embrace those themes in the rarely produced and fluid theatrical style that Williams prescribed for this play and American theater in general. Shattered Globe Artistic Director Kevin Hagan creates a mercurial production offering fresh reflections on the characters and story so familiar to audiences.

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