Pictured back row (left to right) are Anita Hale and Brett Pearce. Front row are Hunter Rodgers, Director Morgan Robbins and Kaitlyn Couch
Published: 4:04 PM, 02/01/2013
Last updated: 4:06 PM, 02/01/2013
Source: The Herald-News
Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present Tennessee
Williams' first great Broadway success, The Glass Menagerie, Feb. 8-17. Cost is $10. Performances
will be held Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. For reservations, call
(423) 365-PLAY (7529) or online at www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com/reservation.
emotionally devastating portrait of hope is a memory of Saint Louis during the 1930s. Aspiring poet
Tom Wingfield (Brett Pearce) reluctantly works in a warehouse to support his overbearing mother
(Anita Hale) and debilitatingly shy sister, Laura (Kaitlyn Couch). Pushed by his mother, he
finds Laura a gentleman caller (Hunter Rodgers) to try to coax her from her fragile private world.
The performance is directed by Morgan Robbins and sponsored by Community National Bank
Tennessee Valley Theatre is a 501c(3) non-profit corporation. Tax deductible donations help
fund a wide variety of drama, music, and arts programs and workshops, year-round, for people of all
ages. TVT presents over 20 different shows and events each year.