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Broadhurst Theater

235 West 44th Street

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

March 6, 2008

Broadway Play (Drama)

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If you’ve seen the big-screen version of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof in New York, you must be aware of the brilliance with which the entire story has been depicted. Written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Debbie Allen, this Broadway play had its preview on February 12 and opened on March 6 this year. Thanks to this play, New York has become a centre of attention for all Broadway fans!

The Broadhurst Theatre of Broadway has seen a lot of crowd recently because this is where the show is running. Every character of the story has managed to win the hearts of the audience. Right from 1955, when Williams wrote the play, till today, this story has continued to attract a colossal crowd. Between this time-period it has been made into three versions, plus a big-screen movie by MGM in 1958.

Although Tennessee Williams received tons of appreciation for his work, the original version of “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” missed the Tony Award! However, Williams managed to bag the Pulitzer Prize for this play.

The story revolves around Brick Pollitt and Maggie “The Cat” and their loveless marriage. They get a chance to talk with the entire Pollitt family on the eve of 65th birthday of Big Daddy, who is the patriarch and tycoon of the family. Each member of the family competes with the others to get a definitive share of the family’s wealth.

Since 1955, “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” has entertained successive generations and experienced changes in its versions, with the storyline remaining the same. And now, it has come to Broadhurst Theatre to entertain audience from all walks of life.

With an excellent storyline given by Williams, brilliant direction by Debbie Allen, splendid costumes designed by Jane Greenwood, realistic sets by Ray Klausen, and superb lighting arrangement on stage, the show becomes all the more exciting and intriguing to watch.

Debbie Allen, who has debuted as Broadway director with this show, has done a great job by portraying each character exactly the same way as Tennessee Williams wanted them to be. The feeling of Brick when he learns about the suicidal death of his friend Skipper, the envious attitude of each member of Pollitt family, the coldness shown by Brick to his wife, and Big Daddy’s emotions – all are transformed into live characters on stage!

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