The Glass Menagerie

Written by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Arden Alexander Miller

April 21-24

Ticket Information

Performances are April 21, 22, 23 at 7:30pm and April 24 at 3:00pm. Ticket prices for non-Centenary patrons are Adult $20, Senior/Military $15, and Student $10. 

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About the show

The Glass Menagerie premiered in Chicago in 1944 and opened on Broadway in March 1945, where it was the winner of that year’s New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award and launched Williams from obscurity into fame. This semi-autobiographic memory play has enjoyed three subsequent Broadway revivals and two American film adaptations.

The cast for Centenary’s production of The Glass Menagerie includes Charlie Roppolo as Tom Wingfield, Sabrina Scott as Amanda Wingfield, Emily Clarke as Laura Wingfield, and Tucker “PJ” Souther as Jim O’Connor.




Past Productions

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By Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller
Directed by Logan Sledge
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The Tempest

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Jim Warren
November 14-17, 20-21, 2019 

Really Really
By Paul Downs Colaizzo
Directed by Christian Stewart
February 6-9, 2020


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By Adam Szymkowick
Directed by Pia Wyatt
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True West

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Directed by Tucker "PJ" Souther
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The One Act Play That Goes Wrong
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Directed by Pia Wyatt
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Peter and the Starcatcher
Presented with The Stage Center
March 2022


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