The Maryland Ensemble Theatre presents the fourth show in its fifteenth anniversary season: Tennessee Williams
' much-lauded classic, The Glass Menagerie. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production below.
In Maryland Ensemble Theatre's production, associate artist Peter Wray directs the tightly-knit cast. MET Associate Artistic Director Julie Herber stars as Amanda Wingfield, the fading Southern belle yearning for the good old days while trying to keep her family together at the same time. The production also features MET ensemble members Vanessa Strickland as Laura, Matt Lee as narrator Tom, and Joe Jalette as pot-stirrer Jim. Wray and the actors are assisted by stage manager Caitlin Joy, assistant stage manager Courtney McLaughlin, lighting designer Paul Schillinger, costume designer Jennifer Adams, set designer Ira Domser, sound designer Kevin Lloyd and prop master James McGarvey.
Maryland Ensemble Theatre's production of The Glass Menagerie will run from tonight, February 7 to March 3, every Thursday through Sunday at the MET, located in the historic FSK Hotel at 31 W. Patrick Street. A $5 preview performance (cash only/no reservations) will take place on Thursday, February 7 at 8PM. There will be a gala opening on Sunday, February 10 at 6pm sponsored by Mistero preceding the 7PM performance. Tickets are $15 through $24 and can be purchased at 301.694.4744, marylandensemble.org, or in person at the MET box office. The show is recommended for ages 12 and up.
Photo Credit: Joe Williams
Vanessa Strickland and Julie Herber
Matt Lee, Julie Herber and Vanessa Strickland
Joe Jalette and Vanessa Strickland
Joe Jalette and Julie Herber
Julie Herber and Vanessa Strickland