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Jessica Lange and Dallas Roberts are scheduled to star in this Broadway adaptation of The Glass Menagerie, set in 1930s St. Louis. Come see the Broadway revival of The Glass Menagerie, which first wowed audiences in 1945 and became the first major success of famous playwright Tennessee Williams. Buy “The Glass Menagerie” tickets now!
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The Glass Menagerie Theater Tickets

The Glass Menagerie, which premiered in Chicago in 1944, is an intense study of the human soul that vaulted playwright Tennessee Williams into the public eye. It's been revived dozens of times over the years on Broadway and in regional and local theaters, and this time around it's playing at the Booth Theater in New York City. The Glass Menagerie tickets provide you with the opportunity to see Zachary Quinto, who plays Spock in the newest series of Star Trek movies, and the rest of the talented cast take on this challenging drama.

Quinto plays Tom Wingfield, the main character and narrator, who serves as Williams' stand-in for this script, which is closely based on many of the famous playwright's own experiences. The other two primary characters are Tom's mother, Amanda, who is a fallen Southern belle with severe control issues when it comes to her children, and his sister, Laura, an emotionally fragile woman who Amanda spends most of the play trying to marry off. They are joined by Jim O'Connor, who courts Laura throughout much of the show.

The entire production takes place in a boarding house in St. Louis where the three Wingfields live together, along with Laura's collection of glass animal figurines, which give the play its title.