The play is memory.

Tennessee Williams’ beautifully written classic The Glass Menagerie invites us to step into a family’s past. Under the suffocating mothering of the extravagant Amanda, our narrator Tom and his sheltered sister Laura are unable to live the lives they wish to lead. However, when a gentleman-caller arrives, life starts to change.

Warwick University Drama Society presents this compelling exploration of humanity and the importance of memory.