News About The Glass Menagerie at 4th Wall Theatre Company
BWW Review: BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY dazzles at 4TH WALL THEATRE
March 14, 2020
This tricky character-driven piece requires an amazing cast, and that is just what 4th WALL THEATRE COMPANY has managed to assemble. Byron Jacquet plays Pops, and he carries the story ably on broad shoulders. Every moment of his performance has a world weary marinade that rings true. (more...)
BWW Review: 4th Wall Theatre Company Presents Polished 'GLASS MENAGERIE'
October 16, 2019
4th Wall Theatre Company's production shows a lot of love for Tennessee Williams, and they have thrown a ton of resources behind it. The result is a strikingly handsome production with surprising interpretations of the characters and plenty of eye candy. (more...)
Photo Flash: 4th Wall Theatre Company Presents THE GLASS MENAGERIE
October 10, 2019
4th Wall Theatre Company, Houston's home for extraordinary performances up close, is proud to open their 2019-2020 Season with Tennessee Williams's brilliant and timeless classic, “The Glass Menagerie.” Winner of the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1948, the 2014 Broadway revival received seven Tony nominations, again confirming the enduring poignancy and timeless power of this classic tale of family ties that cross time and memory. (more...)
4th Wall Theatre Company Announces Titles For Its Ninth Season
April 01, 2019
4th Wall Theatre Company announces its 2019-2020 Season. For 4th Wall's Ninth Season, Co-Artistic Directors Kim Tobin-Lehl and Philip Lehl are sharing a season of American classics and electrifying Houston premieres. "It's a season that explores family, racism, illness, lost love, and ultimately what it means to live and die in America," says Tobin-Lehl. "We're filling the season with the exciting storytelling, nonpareil acting, and excellent direction and design audiences have come to expect at Studio 101." (more...)
Performances are Thursday - Sunday, with one Industry Night performance Monday, October, 28Few American playwrights stir the imagination of theater-goers quite like Tennessee Williams in this brilliant classic. His semi-autobiographical memory play chronicles a critical few days in the life of the Wingfield family and launched Williams to international notoriety in the mid-1940s. This American standard continues to run to sold out audiences across the country not only for its lyricism and beauty but also for its unique exploration of family and personal expectations. 4th Walls production will feature Kim Tobin-Lehl in the iconic role of Amanda Wingfield and direction by Philip Lehl.Any first row seat can accommodate a wheelchair. Please contact email@example.com with any additional accessibility questions.For 4th Wall productions, there is NO LATE SEATING.Tickets: Premier $53; Standard $32; Senior $26; Student / Educator $17There is a Pay-What-You-Can performance on Mondays in the last week of each run and a Closed-Caption performance at one performance during each run.