Directors Austin Pendleton and Peter Bloch reteam to helm a chilling new version of Tennessee Williams’ masterwork at the Wild Project, ushering in the Halloween season. More…
From the show:
After two critically acclaimed runs in 2018 of "Wars of the Roses," directors Austin Pendleton and Peter Bloch reunite with actor Matt de Rogatis to take on the American classic, "The Glass Menagerie." In this disquieting production, the tormented Tom relives the story of his time in the Wingfield’s St. Louis apartment, circa 1939, as if he were remembering it through the lens of a spooky dream.
Dimly lit and surrealistic, the set itself will consist of props made of glass and the actors will live in a chilling, dreamlike world. Taking inspiration from *The Exorcist soundtrack, Sean Hagerty writes the score for this “Wes Craven meets Tennessee Williams” production. Allison Hohman designs the sound for the Wingfield house of horrors.
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.
See it if you love Tennessee Williams. Ginger Grace is awesome as Amanda. The direction falls short in the last segment which is too long.
Don't see it if You do not like the Classics.
See it if Tennessee Williams is a must for you; you've never seen The Glass Menagerie - it's a competent production.
Don't see it if This somehow never clicked for me at all even though I can't point out much wrong with this production per se - great set etc...
See it if you like the play itself - the production is very faithful to it, just don't expect any frills, it's done on a shoestring budget
Don't see it if you'd rather see something done right. The directing of the play is ok but actors are too bad even for understudies.
See it if Great show in an intimate setting with a strong cast.
Don't see it if You don’t like Tennessee Williams or if you want to see something more contemporary
See it if You are a fan of Tennessee Williams and are interested in a modern interpretation that is respectful to the original script
Don't see it if Your bladder is not strong enough to sit through a no intermission show.
See it if 2+ hours flies by with Mom who wants the best for her daughter & tries to get her set up with a man. Eerie dark moody lighting. Great acting
Don't see it if You don't like classic Tennessee Williams work that feel so fresh and updated with modern language.
See it if Admire a good production w/ 4talented actors,of a unique'memory play',abtWilliams major theme:the negat impact of society on a fragile indiv
Don't see it if you cannot endure two hours without intermission.However, the show was so absorbing that time went very fast.