A man and woman sit on the floor behind a table filled with glass animal miniatures.
Thomas Keegan as the Gentleman Caller and Jenna Sokolowski as Laura in the Ford’s Theatre production of The Glass Menagerie, directed by Mark Ramont. Photo by Scott Suchman.

The Glass Menagerie

One of the greatest American plays of the 20th century.

date January 22, 2016 — February 21, 2016

The Glass Menagerie explores the visceral bonds of family. Southern matriarch Amanda frets constantly over her two live-in adult children—the painfully shy Laura and Laura’s restless poet brother, Tom. With great cajoling, Tom brings home a possible suitor for Laura, but reality soon casts a shadow on Amanda’s dreams for both her children. This iconic, emotional and enduring family drama made Williams famous and has become a classic of the American repertoire.

Artistic Team

Written by Tennessee Williams
Director Mark Ramont
Scenic Design Timothy R. Mackabee
Costume Design Frank Labovitz
Lighting Design Dan Covey
Sound Design and Original Music John Gromada
Projection Design Clint Allen
Wig and Make-Up Design Anne Nesmith
Dialects and Voice Director Leigh Wilson Smiley
Production Stage Manager Brandon Prendergast
Assistant Stage Manager Staci Blue
New York Casting Stephanie Klapper Casting


Headshot of actor Tom Story.

Tom Story

Tom Wingfield

Headshot for Madeleine Potter.

Madeleine Potter

Amanda Wingfield

Headshot for Jenna Sokolowki.

Jenna Sokolowski

Laura Wingfield

Headshot of actor Thomas Keegan.

Thomas Keegan

Jim O’Connor

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