The Glass Menagerie
September 4, 2013 - October 6, 2013
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi
A SUBTLE AND AFFECTING REVIVAL...A HAUNTING DRAMA THAT STILL RESONATES...A BEAUTIFULLY MATCHED CAST [WITH] UNFORCED PERFORMANCES THAT ALLOW WORDS AND FEELINGS TO REGISTER DEEPLY. DEBORAH HAZLETT IS MASTERFUL. MATTHEW SCHLEIGH'S JIM IS SPOT-ON.
- Baltimore Sun
A SUPERBLY BALANCES, VISUALLY AND EMOTIONALLY INTOXICATING PRODUCTION...[TOM IS] MAGNETICALLY PORTRAYED BY MR. BRANDHAGEN. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
- DC Theatre Scene
Amanda Wingfield, a faded Southern belle, holds tight to her two children: Tom, an aspiring poet, and Laura, his painfully shy sister. After receiving pressure from his mother, Tom brings home a gentleman caller to meet his sister. What follows is an encounter that becomes one of the most compelling and heartbreaking stories ever told. A classic of the American stage, Tennessee Williams' deeply personal and haunting "memory play" is a touching and profound tale of love and loss, illusion and escape.