“The Glass Menagerie”

Friday, April 23, 2010

Gordon Edelstein, director of a new production of “The Glass Menagerie,” by Tennessee Williams, and two-time Tony winner Judith Ivey, who plays matriarch Amanda Wingfield, discuss the classic American drama and this daring new production. It’s playing at the Roundabout Theater Company’s Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre through June 13. Ticket information here.


Gordon Edelstein and Judith Ivey
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Liz in NYC from Manhattan

I look forward to seeing this production. I did see a University production back in the mid-90's, where Tom and Jim were suggested to be a couple. Not one word was added to the text, but Jim would walk on with Tom before each of the monologues, as if he was walking Tom home. It was very subtle, but it made perfect sense when Jim got married that Tom ran off to join the Merchant Marines. I thought it was a lovely interpretation of the piece.

Apr. 23 2010 12:31 PM

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