Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Tickets
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No, it’s not the story of a cat; it’s the story of a southern family that becomes a victim of misunderstandings and rivalries. This is a new all-African-American Broadway play by Tennessee Williams. It’s scheduled to play at Broadhurst Theatre of Broadway in a limited engagement. From February 12, 2008 the previews of the show have begun. The play’s opening night was held on March 6 and Cat On A Hot Tin Roof tickets are expected to sell very well.
The play is directed by Debbie Allen, who is a performer-cum-choreographer. She is famous for playing Lydia Grant in the television series “Fame”. This role got her three Emmy nominations, plus a Golden Globe. Debbie Allen has to her credit the direction of several TV show episodes, which includes “Girlfriends”, “Everybody Hates Chris”, “That’s So Raven”, and “A Different World.” With “Cat on a hot tin roof”, Allen is set to debut as director on Broadway. Allen has also performed on Broadway, earning two Tony nominations. Her performances can be seen in “West Side Story”, “Sweet Charity”, “Raisin”, and “Ain’t Misbehavin”.
The directorial debut play of Allen, “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” is set in a plantation house in Mississippi. The play revolves around a family get together on the occasion of 65th birthday of “Big Daddy”, the patriarch of the house.
The play focuses on the unstable relationship of Brick Pollitt and his wife Maggie “The Cat”. The whole thing starts when the husband and wife duo interacts with the Brick’s family on the occasion of tycoon and patriarch Big Daddy’s birthday. The entire family gathers at their Mississippi family estate.
The character of Maggie is witty and beautiful. Through these qualities, she managed to flee from her poverty-ridden childhood in order to marry into the affluent Pollitt family. Unfortunately, she has an unfulfilled marriage. Her husband, Brick, is an aging football star, who ignores Maggie and her brother’s efforts to obtain control over the family’s fortune. Brick is not only cold to his wife; he’s also an alcoholic. His friend Skipper has recently committed suicide.
Big Daddy is diagnosed with cancer, but is unaware of his condition. His family knows that he won’t be able to live until his next birthday, but has kept this fact a secret to him. Every relative, who is present on the birthday occasion, tries their best to impress the patriarch with a hope to get an authoritative share of the tycoon’s wealth.
“Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” opened on Broadway for the first time in March, 1955. Earlier it ran 694 shows at the Morosco Theatre. Since then three new versions of the play have been created at the Great White Way in 1974, 1990, and at the Music Box Theatre in 2003. Getting Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Tickets Online
So, if you’re eager to know who gets a share of the legacy of Pollitt family, get your Cat On A Hot Tin Roof tickets now! This family drama is a complete entertainer, as it depicts how each member of the family tries to impress the patriarch to obtain a substantial share of the wealth. Dial a ticketing number now! To view a huge online resource of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof tickets click the link!
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