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See Amy Adams in rehearsals for The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie Second Half Productions has just released exciting rehearsal images for The Glass Menagerie. It’s a brand new production of Tennessee Williams’ superb memory play, directed by the award-winning director Jeremy Herrin. The show runs for just 14 weeks at The Duke of York's Theatre, kicking off on 23rd May with the opening night taking place on 31st May 2022. Take a look at the images below.

Who’s involved in The Glass Menagerie?

Bold new staging is the name of the game thanks to Jeremy Herrin. The plot examines the fragility and fallibility of memory, a semi-autobiographical play. Starring one of the playwright’s most iconic matriarchs, the former Southern Belle Amanda Wingfield, it weaves the story of a woman surviving precariously with her two children, trapped in the space between the past and the present.

  • The Six-time Academy Award nominated, two-time Golden Globe winning actress Amy Adams plays Amanda Wingfield
  • Tony award-nominee Paul Hilton and Tom Glynn-Carney play Tom at different stages of the character's life
  • Lizzie Annis and Victor Alli play Laura and Jim O'Connor
  • The Glass Menagerie is designed by Vicki Mortimer
  • Lighting design is by Paule Constable
  • Video design is by Ash J Woodward
  • The casting comes from Jessica Ronane CDG
  • The costume designer is Edward K. Gibbon
  • The composer and sound designer is Nick Powell
  • The design associate is Choy-Ping Clarke-Ng
  • The Glass Menagerie is the debut production from Second Half Productions, a new company founded by Jeremy Herrin, Alan Stacey and Rob O'Rahilly. It’s dedicated to creating innovative work from world-leading artists for stage and screen, breathing new and unexpected life into classic plots, and supporting extraordinary work from new and current writers.

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About the Duke of York’s Theatre

The Duke of York’s Theatre is 130 years old this year, first opening in 1892. The 14 year old Charlie Chaplin made his only West End appearance here, playing a role in Sherlock Holmes during 1905. Past shows at the Duke of York’s Theatre include Embers with Jeremy Irons, Eh Joe with Michael Gambon, In Celebration with Orlando Bloom, Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke, plus Ibsen’s all-time classic, Rosmersholm.