The Glass Menagerie Tickets

Zachary Quinto ("Star Trek," "Heroes") makes his Broadway debut in this Tennessee Williams classic. Originally called The Gentleman Caller, this play was based off of a short collection of stories by William Shakespeare. See the classic with The Glass Menagerie tickets!

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The Glass Menagerie

Run Time:2 hours and 15 minutes, including one intermission
Audience:Ages 13 and older
Advisory:Children younger than 4 years old are not permitted in the theater.
Resources: Official Website

About The Glass Menagerie Tickets

For 17 weeks only, The Glass Menagerie graces Booth Theater in the heart of NYC's theater district. The play, first performed at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University in February 2013, the play now makes its claim on the Great White Way. First written by Tennessee Williams, this rendition of The Glass Menagerie was created by the Tony Award-winning team of the Broadway musical Once. It stars Cherry Jones, Zachary Quinto (in his Broadway debut), Celia Keenan-Bolger, and Brian J. Smith.

The Glass Menagerie Plot Summary

It's been years since Amanda's husband has been part of the family, but Amanda still finds herself yearning for comfort and admiration. A southern belle, Amanda wishes to fulfill these hopes through her daughter, Laura, a young woman who suffers tremendous insecurity. Amanda finds herself consumed by thoughts of trying to find a companion for Laura... despite the fact that Laura would much rather spend time with her collection of glass animals.

Meanwhile, Amanda's son and Laura's brother, Tom, is working hard to keep the family afloat. But he finds the drab work of the warehouse boring and would rather spend his time going to the movies. When Tom brings home a friend named Jim, will the family's problems be solved forever? Find out with The Glass Menagerie tickets!