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First Look - Amy Adams as Amanda in The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie Production images of The Glass Menagerie are available below, giving us a taste of great things to come. Tak a first look at Amy Adams in her role as Amanda Wingfield, a West End debut to be proud of. This is Tennessee Williams' celebrated memory play. It kicked off on 23rd May and the official opening is 31st May, and your venue is the Duke of York’s. The show runs until 27th August 2022.

Who’s involved in The Glass Menagerie?

The anticipation is mounting, This version of The Glass Menagerie is the debut production from Second Half Productions. Formed by Jeremy Herrin, Alan Stacey and Rob O'Rahilly, they’re dedicated to creating innovative work by world-class artists for both the stage and screen, reviving classic stories and supporting fantastic new pieces from new and current voices. Here’s who’s in the limelight:

  • Directed by Jeremy Herrin, whose bold new staging explores the fragility and fallibility of memory in Tennessee Williams' semi-autobiographical delight
  • The six-time Academy Award nominated, twice Golden Globe winning actress Amy Adams takes the role of Amanda Wingfield, a former Southern Belle living precariously with her two children, Tom and Laura
  • Tony award-nominee Paul Hilton and Tom Glynn-Carney play Tom at different stages of the character's life
  • Lizzie Annis plays Laura
  • Victor Alli plays Jim O'Connor
  • The Glass Menagerie is designed by Vicki Mortimer with lighting design by Paule Constable
  • Video design is by Ash J Woodward
  • Casting is by Jessica Ronane CDG
  • The costume designer is Edward K. Gibbon, the composer and sound designer is Nick Powell, and the design associate is Choy-Ping Clarke-Ng

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About the Duke of York’s Theatre

The Duke of York’s Theatre has been entertaining us since 1892. Past shows at the Duke of York’s Theatre include Embers​ with Jeremy Irons, ​Eh Joe​ with Michael Gambon, ​In Celebration​ ​with Orlando Bloom, plus classics like Tennessee Williams’ ​Summer and Smoke​ and Ibsen’s ​Rosmersholm.