Tennessee William's famous memory play about a mother and daughter in St. Louis. More…
Set in the 1930's, the play tells the story of Tom, the idle dreamer, Amanda, the overbearing mother, and Laura, the innocent and frail sister. When a gentleman caller comes to see Laura one night, the evening leaves scars that will be forever imprinted on their memories.
See it if You want to see a fresh take on a classic play, brilliantly acted with a point of view that is totally unique & thought provoking.
Don't see it if Tennessee Williams's writing has never moved you or you're looking for jazz hands. If reinterpreting the classics bothers you.
See it if You want to see veteran actor Sally Feilds. The cast overall was fantastic.
Don't see it if You enjoy comedic plays over drama. If you enjoy production value and a lot of scenery.
See it if you want an evening with the best of the best Broadway acting. Spare stage does not detract too much. Intense ending is heartbreaking.
Don't see it if you want a fun evening. You should be in the mood for a real dramatic performance.
See it if you are a Sally Field fan, as that alone will be worth the ticket price. Good acting otherwise. I didn't know the story, but it was good.
Don't see it if you are looking for a fast-paced show that keeps you guessing.
See it if You are a fan of Sally Fields or The Glass Managerie or you ate interested in messy family relationships and an overbearing mother.
Don't see it if Messy family relationships do jot interest you or oyher able actors bother you.
See it if U LIKE GREAT ACTING MONOLOGUES AND OBSERVING A GOOD MAN DIE
Don't see it if HATE WATCHING A BELOVED DIE ON STAGE REVEALING ALL THEIR BEAUTY AND GOODNESS AND HOPE AND ADVICE.. HATE TRYING TO SEE HOPE IN A EULOGY