1968 – “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams

Posted 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 WingfieldSusanne Schaup
Laura, her daughterIlse Lackenbauer
Tom, her sonKlaus Zelewitz
Wilfried Wieden
Jim, a gentleman callerGernot Pflüger


Directed byIlltyd Perkins
Set and StageRobert Müller
Sound EffectsNorbert Müller
Alfred Ortmayer
LightingHelfried Nirschl
Kurt Krammer
Karl Schimpl
ProjectionWolfgang Morisse
assisted by Robert Müller
PhotographyVirgil Williams
PropertiesMarlis Haider
Costume DesignEdith Moser
PublicityWolfgang Peschat
Wolfgang Neckam
and others
PromptersSylvia Stehlik
Heidi Hilzensauer
Secretary and TreasurerWolfgang Peschat
Glass AnimalsThe Glass Animal Man, Brighton, Sussex, UK

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