The Yoram Leowenstein Acting Studio Proudly Presents:
By Tennessee Williams
Translation: Ido Ricklin
Director: Michal Uziel
Amanda and her two children are struggling to survive the 1930’s Great Depression in the United States.
Tom, who is forced to work as the main breadwinner, finds comfort in the cinema; His older sister Laura, who is too sensitive to world’s cruelty, finds solace in a collection of glass animals; And Amanda, the mother, who tries her best to hold the family together, dreams of her lost youth.
In one evening, all the family’s hopes and wishes are pointed to one person who can save the situation. Will he live up to expectations?
“Glass Menagerie,” Tennessee Williams’ important play, sets between dream and disillusionment, between reality and imagination, between realization and helplessness, between expectation and disappointment, and between the courage to dream and the fear to do.
Performed 3ed Year Students:
Neomi Yaish Ben Ousilio / Talia Ronn
Gil Zaguri / Yadin Gellman
Set: Gil Shatal
Costumes: Reut Shaibe
Production Manager & Lighting: Eyal Tavori
Movement: Idan Porges
Stage Fights: Liran Mizrahi
Production Assistant & Sound: Hillel Sherf
Photography and Video Trailer: Raday Rubinstein