New York City
Lyrical, romantic and ultimately heartbreaking, The Glass Menagerie catapulted Tennessee Williams to international fame when it debuted in 1945. Chronicling the trials and triumphs of the Wingfield family in Depression-era St. Louis, and richly laden with evocative language and imagery, this self-called “memory play” continues to resonate with modern audiences for its honest and tragic depiction of a family struggling against the burden of poverty and the fragility of their dreams.
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