The Glass Menagerie tickets will get you into the world of Tennessee Williams.
As his first successful play its 1944 Chicago debut earned it the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. It was actually a rewrite
of and earlier short story of Williams' titled Portrait of a Girl in Glass, which also won the same prestigious award for
Best Play of the Season.
Broadway tickets for this celebrated American play are sure
to sell quickly, as its one of the most well-known and beloved works by Tennessee Williams. The main character of Amanda Wingfield
is a mother who was abandoned by her husband early in their marriage. She struggles to raise her children--including a daughter
with a mental disorder, who loses herself in her collection of glass animals.
The Glass Menagerie is set in the time of the Great Depression and has been analyzed thoroughly by critics over the years.
Williams' play touches on the fragile qualities of the women in this story, a desire to escape from reality, religious imagery,
and light. Unravel the rich works of Williams for yourself and experience a live performance. Reserve your seat in The Glass