By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Chris Overly
Show Dates: March
13, 14, 20, 21, 27 & 28 and April 3& 4 2009 at 7:30 pm.
March 22 at 3pm
Cast and Crew Photo
Comments from our Patrons:
To the producer, director and staff of the Roadside Theater, MS Trautmann's comment on last night's performance of The Glass Menagerie:
"Equal to the Broadway production." We all agreed!
TOM WINGFIELD: David Burmedi
AMAND WINGFIELD: Natasha Bush-Cady
LAURA WINGFIELD: Rebecca Hibschman
JIM O'CONNOR: Dale Coldwells
Director – Chris Overly
Stage Manager – John Anton
Light Operator – SFC Steven Stanfill
Sound Design/Operator – Chris Pancake
Technical Director – Dane Winters
Assistant Tech Directors – Andrew Meredith & Brian Rausch
Staff Advisors/Set & Light Design – Dane Winters & Andrew Meredith
Costume Mistresses – Michiel DeVito, Elfi Carberry & Sandy Sapatka
Front of House – Ann Clark
This classic American drama is a heartbreaking memory play of family and lost dreams.
The Glass Menagerie, set in 1937 St. Louis, focuses on a chapter in the life of the Wingfield family as seen through the eyes of Tom Wingfield.
Tom's mother, Amanda, a faded southern belle, desperately hopes to find a husband for her daughter, Laura, a terribly shy, crippled girl.
Laura's only solace from her reality is her precious "glass menagerie,"
a collection of delicate glass animals. The Glass Menagerie remains an American classic filled with lyrical symbolism about the inability to escape the harshness of reality.
Reservations and Ticket Information:
$12 for adults;
$10 for students/seniors,
$8 for youth. (6-11 years.)
Season Ticket Holder Reservations begin Feb 24. General Ticket Sales begin Mar 3.
We regret children under five years of age cannot be admitted to any performance.
Non-US Military ID Cardholders must contact the Roadside Theater with passport information no later than Tuesday morning before performances for admittance.
(All titles and dates subject to change due to copyright availability and production requirements)