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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Regular price $26.00

Opens February 23, 2018

In Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize winner, a wealthy Southern patriarch faces impending death and manipulates his family, as his children squabble and mislead in desperate attempts to secure the family inheritance.

This hot, sticky Southern yarn will be a welcome offering while we are all hoping spring weather comes quickly. Did we mention we love Tennessee Williams? ...It's the third of his plays that we've produced since opening in 2015!

Directed by Traci Rezabek // Assistant Director: Amy Kaduce

A Play by Tennessee Williams
(Rated PG, Classic Drama)

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“One of the most successful plays of our time. "…a play of tremendous dramatic impact…enormous theatrical power." —NY Post.

"…Williams has fashioned his most compelling characters." —NY Journal-American.

"This is a gripping and intensely moving play, a play that can hold its own with anything written in the post-O'Neill American theater…Brilliant scenes, scenes of sudden and lashing dramatic power, break open…There is, indeed, no one moment in the evening when the stinging accuracy of Mr. Williams' ear for human speech is not compellingly in evidence…Mr. Williams is the man of our time who comes closest to hurling the actual blood and bone of life onto the stage; he is also the man whose prose comes closest to being an incisive natural poetry." —NY Times.


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  • John Miersen - Brick
  • Scott Humeston - Big Daddy
  • Leslie Charipar - Big Mama
  • Hanna Spina - Mae
  • Steve Clemmons - Gooper
  • David Hein - Doc Baugh
  • Jim Meyer - Rev Tooker
  • Hollie Trenary - Brightie 
  • Kids 
    • Ethan Trenary 
    • Tess Trenary 
    • Timothy Laubach 
    • Tiffani Laubach 
    • Sam Shannon 

    Seats & Space

    Open tab

    Seating options consist of carefully curated vintage couches, sofas, side chairs, and more comfort than you'll find at any other theater in the region. The audience space is thoughtfully arranged to make sure patrons are as comfortable in Giving Tree as they are in their own homes. Although more seats could be installed to accommodate larger audiences, Giving Tree is focused on seating quality vs. quantity, and limiting availability to place more comfortable “non-traditional” seating.


      Living Room Seating

      Sofas, Couches, and ultra-comfortable seating.

      Cabaret Seating

      Comfortable side chairs with small tables to rest drinks and elbows.

      Flex Seating

      Feeling carefree? Flex Seating offers a lower price, and you're still guaranteed a comfy seat in either our Cabaret section or the Living Room section. The only catch: you won't know what section you are in until you arrive for the show. Limited availability per performance. No worries, we always work hard to make sure you sit with your friends!

      Reserved Boxes

      Box Suites - Prime viewing set in “perched” locations at the rear of the performance space. Note: All Box seats are only accessible via steps

      "Buddy Box" for up to 4. 
      "Love Box" for up to 2.
      "Party Box" balcony can seat 8-16. (Call to reserve.) 


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