The Glass

By Tennessee Williams 
Director Eamon Flack

  • Venue Upstairs Theatre
  • Dates 20 Sep – 2 Nov 2014

    Tennessee Williams invented a new kind of theatre with The Glass Menagerie. It introduced the first in a line of legendary Williams women – towering dreamers fighting for their lives – and its formal inventiveness paved the way for the great American dream plays like Death of a Salesman and Angels in America. It is also a scathing self-portrait of the young Tennessee: homosexual, poet, liar, truth-teller.

    Amanda Wingfield is a single mother. Her son Tom works in a warehouse, her daughter Laura is studying to become a secretary. The three of them live in a small apartment pent up with fantasies and urges and rage and wounded tenderness. It is not a magnificent existence, but each of them has one true idea for a better life. Enter the Gentleman Caller…

    Eamon Flack directs Luke Mullins (Angels in America) and the great Pamela Rabe.


    By Tennessee Williams
    Director Eamon Flack
    Set Designer Michael Hankin
    Costume Designer Mel Page
    Lighting Designer Damien Cooper
    Composer & Sound Designer Stefan Gregory
    Video Design Consultant Sean Bacon
    American Dialect Coach Paige Walker-Carlton
    Assistant Director Jada Alberts
    Assistant Set Designer Georgia Hopkins
    Stage Managers Isabella Kerdijk, Luke McGettigan
    Assistant Stage Manager Katie Hankin
    Production Secondment Fraser Orford


    Harry Greenwood
    Luke Mullins

    Pamela Rabe
    Rose Riley


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