Cat On A Hot Tin Roof On Broadway Is A Super Hit!
The stage is set. Cat On A Hot Tin Roof on Broadway is here to entertain every bit of your mind, body and soul. Opened on March 6, 2008, at the Broadhurst Theatre of Broadway, this fabulous family drama by Tennessee Williams succeeds to click with the audience.
Two times Pulitzer Prize winner Tennessee Williams has shown the world how misunderstandings and rivalries can creep into the family and create an atmosphere of hostility. Even an occasion like 65th birthday of the patriarch of the family does not stop its members from discussing their share of wealth. It’s the story of enmity, illness, homosexuality, and confusion prevalent among the family members.
Set on the backdrop of Southern society of Mississippi, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof on Broadway reflects the directorial skills of Debbie Allen, who has debuted through this play. Earlier, she has directed various TV shows, including the famous “That’s So Raven,” “A Different World,” “Girlfriends,” and “Everybody Hates Chris.” Debbie Allen is also a performer and has bagged two Tony nominations as well as three Emmy nominations. A Golden Globe Award has also added a feather in her cap.
How does it feel when you learn that one of your family members has cancer and is not gonna see his next birthday? Well, this is what happens in Pollitt family. Big Daddy has cancer and the whole family, including the doctor, lie to him. However, they are all present on the occasion of his 65th birthday to claim their share of family fortune!
Meanwhile, Brick Pollitt and Maggie are struggling with their marriage. They interact with the entire family on this occasion. All the characters of this Broadway show succeed in keeping the audience glued to their seats till the end through their terrific performance. The facial expressions, dialogue delivery, and body language of each character are worth watching.
Watch Maggie run away from her sad childhood only to land in a troubled marriage. Also, watch how alcohol takes over Brick’s life and distances him from his wife and football. Big Daddy has his own charisma!
After watching Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, you can’t help but applaud the efforts of the creative team which has turned a simple, gray shaded story into an entertaining family drama. Apart from the director Debbie Allen, the people behind the success of this Broadway show include Jane Greenwood – costume designer, William Grant – lighting specialist, and Ray Klausen – set designer. Cat On A Hot Tin Roof On Broadway Tickets
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