Theatre in the Park chose the Tennessee Williams’ classic, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, for its latest show. Though the production was not perfect, it manages to effectively portray the happy, longing-for-something 1950s Southern family which the show centers on. The set, designed by Stephen J. Larson, is a thoroughly realistic portrayal of… Continue reading Despite Some Rocky Moments, Theatre in the Park’s “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” Is Worth a View
“With the cast we have,” claims director Ira David Wood IV, ‘[Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’] promises to be a powerhouse of a production. Once the play begins, a metaphorical steel cage drops; and we get to see sparks fly between individually dynamic characters” — especially Sarah Bousquet and Rob Rainbolt as Maggie and Brick and Jack Hall as Big Daddy.