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A.R.T. frees The Glass Menagerie
"Then go to the moon — you selfish dreamer!" screams Amanda Wingfield at her fleeing son at the climax of The Glass Menagerie .
| February 15, 2013
Cherry jubilee: Talking with Cherry Jones
Cherry Jones is a two-time Tony winner (for The Heiress and Doubt ) and an Emmy winner for playing President Allison Taylor on Fox TV's 24 .
| February 01, 2013
Cold comforts on stage: The new theater season
Stretching from Beethoven to Brustein and from Palm Springs to North Korea, the new theater season is all over the map.
| December 21, 2012
Alternatives, and standbys, for summer
The big theater buzz this summer is of course is the Fringe, which actually comprises two overlapping programs from June 26 to July 1.
Life on the Fringe
| June 08, 2012
Williams’s shattering Menagerie in Freeport
Tom's restlessness at home in St. Louis, where he's stuck providing for his plaintive mom and crippled sister, becomes particularly oppressive in the very architecture of the Freeport Factory Stage.
| February 24, 2012
Review: Tennessee Williams's self-indulgent Vieux Carré
Tennessee Williams scholars and melodrama buffs will be quick-marching over to the Brown/Trinity Rep performance of his early Vieux Carré (at the Pell Chafee Performance Center through December 19).
Only the lonely
| December 17, 2010
Theater classics are at a significant disadvantage: overfamiliarity.
The Gamm’s masterful Glass Menagerie
| March 19, 2010
If A Streetcar Named Desire were a person, it wouldn't be able to sleep at night, tossing and turning in a fever sweat, aching for basic human connection.
2nd Story strips Streetcar of its angry soul
| May 08, 2009
“The scene is memory,” Tennessee Williams writes in his opening notes to The Glass Menagerie, and then: “Memory takes a lot of poetic licence.”
There are a few cracks in Biddeford City Theater's production
| October 17, 2007
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