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Venue:
Broadhurst Theater

Address:
235 West 44th Street

Length:
Two hours and 45 minutes, including two 12-minute intermissions

Opened:
March 6, 2008

Category:
Broadway Play (Drama)

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Watch how rivalries between family members create a dramatic situation in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Broadway show. The theme of the story is mendacity. This is the word that Brick, a character of the story, uses to denote his revulsion for the world. The entire story is about lies, misunderstandings, and attempts to grab the family fortune.

Big Daddy doesn’t know he has cancer. The whole family tells lies to him, even his doctor. Big Daddy lies to Big Mamma. Brick Pollitt and Maggie “The Cat” are stuck together in an unfulfilling marriage. To sum it all in a few words, this Broadway play is an excellent depiction of the putrefying Southern society.

In addition to this, “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” alludes to the existence of homosexuality in Southern society. It makes an attempt to throw light on the complex norms of social conduct in this society. Tennessee Williams, who was the mastermind behind this beautiful depiction, him self was not sure how the character Brick felt for Skipper, his friend, who committed suicide. It was a challenge for Williams to show the feelings of Brick in three versions of the story.

The movie version of the story was made by MGM in 1958. It starred Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, Jack Carson, Judith Anderson, Madeleine Sherwood, and Burl Ives.

Previewed in February this year, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Broadway show is set to capture the hearts of audience with its family drama, flowing emotions, and obvious rivalry between family members. One of the reasons that make this show intriguing is the fact that it’s based on the true life of Tennessee Williams who faced alcoholism, homosexuality issues, and illness in his own life.

Although “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” is considered to be a masterpiece on Broadway, the surprise element erupts from the fact that the original Broadway production of this show, which debuted in the year 1955, did not win any Tony Award!

The creative team of this Broadway show includes Debbie Allen, who has directed the show; Jane Greenwood, who has given fabulous costumes that complement each character; William Grant, who has dramatized the scenes with terrific lighting; and Ray Klausen, who has designed realistic sets for each scene.

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Broadway Tickets Information

Watch this show either alone, or with family and friends. But, remember to book tickets in advance because you aren’t going to get any tickets on the spot. The show is a hit and tickets are vanishing fast from the box office.

The best thing you can do is call a number or log online to book tickets for Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Broadway show. It’s uncertain whether you’ll get tickets from the crowded box office. However, the ticketing services have the necessary resources for arranging seats for your choice show. Therefore, you can be sure of booking your seats at the theatre.

It’s not late yet. If you’re still without tickets for this Broadway show, call a number now! To view a huge selection of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Broadway Tickets click the link!





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