The Glass Menagerie
By Tenessee Williams
The scene is memory and is therefore nonrealistc. Memory takes a lot of poetic license. It omits some details; others are exaggerated, according to the emotional value of the articles it touches, for memory is seated predominantly in the heart.
--The Glass Menagerie
Madison Theatre Guild. Madison, WI 2006
Director: Joan Brooks
Scenic Design: Ethan Rosing
Costume Design: Elisha Adelman
Properties Design: Sasha Augustine
Photos courtesy of Marie Schulte.
"Heavens--I think she's hung up."
"We can't say grace until you come to the table."
"How beautiful it is and how easily it can be broken."
"Jim lights a cigarette and leans indolently back on his elbow smiling at Laura with a warmth and charm which lights her inwardly with altar candles."
"Blow out your candles, Laura--and so goodbye..."