Sunday, March 09, 2014

The Glass Menagerie at the Stage on Spring.

We joined the Bookseller and his family last evening for Tennessee Williams's play, The Glass Menagerie, at the Stage on Spring. It's a part-time community theater occupying a church sanctuary, and St. Mark's deserves kudos for being quite clever in hosting. The play was delightful, and you still may be able to get seats for tonight's and tomorrow's final performances. Visit the Facebook event page for the details.

The review at is worth reading in its entirety, so please do. To me, quite possibly the most important point within the review is quoted below.

Tennessee Williams, Straight Up ... a review of The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, directed by J. R. Stuart. Review by Keith Waits.

... Mr. Stuart has been transforming this space, a little at a time, into a viable theatrical venue, and I daresay he could do most anything here now. Stage on Spring is a little-known gem of a theatrical enterprise, quietly mounting quality productions a little under the radar in New Albany.

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