The Glass Menagerie, Starring Sally Field and Joe Mantello, Ends Broadway Run May 21 | Playbill

Broadway News The Glass Menagerie, Starring Sally Field and Joe Mantello, Ends Broadway Run May 21 Sam Gold directed the revival.
Joe Mantello and Sally Field Julieta Cervantes
Producers Scott Rudin and Lincoln Center Theater’s acclaimed Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie plays its final performance May 21 at 3 PM at the Belasco Theatre (111 West 44th Street).

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The cast is headed by two-time Academy Award winner Sally Field, a 2017 Tony, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle Awards nominee for Lead Actress in a Play for her portrayal of Amanda Wingfield. Field stars alongside two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello, Emmy Award nominee Finn Wittrock, and newcomer Madison Ferris in a production directed by Tony Award winner Sam Gold.

The Glass Menagerie began performances February 7 and officially opened March 9. The production was originally announced as a limited engagement through July 2.

Read reviews for the production here.

Williams’ autobiographical “memory play” tells the story of a young man (Mantello) longing to escape the narrow apartment where he lives with his faded Southern belle of a mother (Field). His devotion to his withdrawn and shy sister Laura keeps him in place, until the day when his mother demands he bring home a Gentleman Caller to court the young lady.

The creative team includes scenic designer Andrew Lieberman, costume designer Wojciech Dziedzic, lighting designer Adam Silverman, and sound designer Bray Poor.

Check out production photos below:

Sally Field’s Return to Broadway in Glass Menagerie

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