Thursday, July 1, 2010

There's Still Time to See a Modern Classic.

The final two performances of Shoestring Productions' Glass Menagerie are over the Fourth of July weekend. Performances are Friday July 2nd and Monday July 5th at the Water Tower in Louisville. If you haven't seen this American classic of the stage by playwright Tennessee Williams in awhile get out and see Kentucky Playwrights Workshop, Inc. member's Kathi E. B. Ellis' version of Glass Menagerie which has won plaudits for brilliance and ingenuity. Featuring Megan Burnett (Amanda), Lee Look (Tom), Laura Ellis (Laura) and Doug Sumay (The Gentleman Caller) this wonderful play has struck all the right tones with critics; it will with you, too.

Produced in partnership with the Louisville Visual Art Association, in conjunction with their Ne10: Louisville exhibit, part of the National Glass Art Society conference in Louisville at the Water Tower, the show goes up for its last two perfomances on July 2nd and 5th at 7:30 pm.

For more information about the production go to http://web.me.com/harryjb/ShoeStringProductions/. Tickets are $15; $12 for seniors and students with valid id.

For reservations at 502-741-8392 or shoestringproductionsky@gmail.com

Glass Menagerie is being produced by special arrangement with Dramatist’s Play Service

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