1968 – “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee WilliamsPosted on: June 1, 1968
Amanda Wingfield, a women disillusioned by life but unable to see reality, wants only the best for her children Laura and Tom. While Laura is immensely shy, Tom feels suffocated by his meager job in a small shoe factory and wants nothing more than to break free from this life and go out into the world.
When Tom brings his friend Jim from work to dinner everything starts to unfold.
|Amanda Wingfield||Susanne Schaup|
|Laura, her daughter||Ilse Lackenbauer|
|Tom, her son||Klaus Zelewitz
|Jim, a gentleman caller||Gernot Pflüger|
|Directed by||Illtyd Perkins|
|Set and Stage||Robert Müller|
|Sound Effects||Norbert Müller
assisted by Robert Müller
|Costume Design||Edith Moser|
|Secretary and Treasurer||Wolfgang Peschat|
|Glass Animals||The Glass Animal Man, Brighton, Sussex, UK|