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The Glass Menagerie
by Tennesse Williams
Directed by Michael Halloran

Weekends, Sept. 29-Oct. 15

Fridays & Saturdays @7:00 pm - tickets $18

Sundays @ 2 pm - tickets $14

A classic of the American stage, Tennessee Williams' hauntingly poetic play The Glass Menagerie tells of a single mother and her two adult children struggling to get by in Depression-era St. Louis. In spite of her best efforts, Amanda succeeds more in distancing her children from her, with Laura retreating into her own imaginary world and Tom plotting to escape the "prison" he sees himself in.


Directed by Michael Halloran (Barre) with Assistant Director Ashley Hall (Warren) the play grapples with questions of family loyalty as well as the fragile illusions we live by, which can so easily be shattered. “Williams, by holding each of his characters up to the light like one of Laura’s glass figurines, presents four characters in conflict both with each other and with themselves, and does it in a compassionate yet unflinchingly honest way,” said Halloran. “There are no villains or heroes in this story, only people trying their best in an impossible situation.”

Amanda: Kitty Coyne

Laura: Lindsay Repka

Tom: Matthew Grant Winston

Jim: Michael Smith


Director: Michael Halloran

Producer: Ruth Ann Pattee

Assistant Director: Ashley Hall

Set Design: Michael Halloran

Set Decoration: Andrew Roy

Lighting Design: Irene Halibozek

Lights and Sound Operator: Mikki Nucci

Costumer, Hair & Makeup: Catie Smith

Playbill: Shannon Sanborn

Publicity: Ruth Ann Pattee

Photography: Michael Halloran


The Glass Menagerie is presented by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. on behalf of The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.


Weekends, Sept. 29-Oct. 15

Fridays & Saturdays @7:00 pm - tickets $18

Sundays @ 2 pm - tickets $14


available upon request at the Box Office

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