The Glass Menagerie is probably Tennessee Williams most famous and frequently produced play. When one looks at one’s favorite movies over and over again, one sees the performance one remembers. That is not true seeing a play you have seen before. Each production is unique. This was evident when I spoke to the director and two actors in Hubbard Hall’s new production of The Glass Menagerie, performing weekends from April 22 to May 7.
Christine Decker, who plays Amanda, the mother in the play, Woodrow Proctor, who is the Gentleman Caller, and Roger Danforth who directed the play, shared their insights into The Glass Menagerie and showed why each production of a play is new. If this will be your first time seeing the play, it will be a memorable beginning to many more visits to this special household.
Listen to their discussion by clicking on the links below and then contact Hubbard Hall to get tickets for the play.