See it if you want to catch an acceptable production that won't put a dent in your wallet, or if you just need a Williams fix of poetic dialogue.
Don't see it if If you've already seen it a few times -- nothing really new here that's worth a trek into the bowels of the East Village.
See it if You’re up for a solid, well cast, altogether reasonable production, streamlined yet faithful to Williams. Fine set, costumes score and light
Don't see it if Expecting melodrama or histrionics; this a cool interpretation whose heat builds slowly, as does its madness and tragedy.
"The Glass Menagerie Is Haunting, but Is It Also Spooky?: Matt de Rogatis stars in an off-off-Broadway revival of the Tennessee Williams classic."
"Theatregoers looking for a stage thriller in the vein of 'Wait Until Dark,' 'The Pillowman,' or 'Killer Joe' surely will be disappointed. Audiences hoping to spend a few hours with a classic American drama, on the other hand, will find much to appreciate."
"It is Ginger Grace as Amanda that is the crowning glory of this production. … Grace lives Amanda on the tiny Wild Project stage, making it seem large and teeming with life, although nothing really happens in 'The Glass Menagerie,' nothing that is except the dissolution of a family."
"Presented as a 'chilling new take...[visualized] through the lens of a spooky dream,'...if you're the sort of person who'd like to engage in primal scream therapy while discussing your mother, then this production might evoke the sort of terror that occasionally keeps you awake at night."
"The play is acted at a sloth's pace in a dimly lit…dully realistic way, with very little of the poetically magical qualities we expect from this play about emotional memory…The…production is so grounded in standard realism that the play seems more like William Inge than Tennessee Williams."