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The Shape of Memory


The Shape of Memory, Both Fragile and Fierce is a wonderful New York Times article written by Ben Brantley about The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams.  Mr. Brantley writes, "Memory is a force of gravity in this "Glass Menagerie," which is such a thorough rejuvenation of Williams's 1944 drama that I hesitate to call it a revival."

Directed by John Tiffany, the play stars Celia Keenan-Bolger, Cherry Jones, Brian J. Smith, and Zachary Quinto.   The Glass Menagerie is currently playing at the American Repertory Theater.

I feel like catching the next train to Cambridge.

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