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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Cat On A Hot Tin Roof First Heated Up Broadway In 1955 With Its Gothic American Story Of Brothers Vying For Their Dying Father S Inheritance Amid A Whirlwind Of Sexuality, Untethered In The Person Of Maggie The Cat The Play Also Daringly Showcased The Burden Of Sexuality Repressed In The Agony Of Her Husband, Brick Pollitt In Spite Of The Public Controversy Cat Stirred Up, It Was Awarded The Pulitzer Prize And The Drama Critics Circle Award For That Year Williams, As He So Often Did With His Plays, Rewrote Cat On A Hot Tin Roof For Many Years The Present Version Was Originally Produced At The American Shakespeare Festival In 1974 With All The Changes That Made Williams Finally Declare The Text To Be Definitive, And Was Most Recently Produced On Broadway In The 2003 2004 Season This Definitive Edition Also Includes Williamsrsquoi Essay Person To Person, Williams Notes On The Various Endings, And A Short Chronology Of The Author S Life One Of America S Greatest Living Playwrights, As Well As A Friend And Colleague Of Williams, Edward Albee Has Written A Concise Introduction To The Play From A Playwright S Perspective, Examining The Candor, Sensuality, Power, And Impact Of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Then And Now.


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10 thoughts on “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

  1. says:

    This year I embarked to readplays written by the giants of American playwrights and I currently find myself reading through Tennessee Williams trilogy of classic plays Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was first written in 1955 and revised many times both for the


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    The characters in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof all have these strange reasons for living, all based off of some sort of character flaw The way the flaws tie all the characters together symbolically is brilliant.Maggie especially has a strange reason to live to be the Cat o


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    Classic drama that deserves to up there with the greatest plays ever written.The story is centered around a family in crisis, a sizzling drama of desire, avarice and deception set in the steamy American Deep South, you can almost feel the heat coming off the pages The play


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    I loved this play as a teenager the feverish pace, the soaring poetry of the big speeches, the way Big Daddy was everything my father wasn t and the way Maggie keeps sighing over Brick But after thirty years of living, I just don t read this play in the same way There are so many things


  7. says:

    Well first I must confess reading play scripts is not my favorite thing, including this one even thought it won both Pulitzer and Drama Critics Circle awards I m sure this story caused quite a stir when it was first published in 1954, even so Tennessee Williams was famous for continuing to rew


  8. says:

    Set on a large, rich and successful Mississippi plantation in the heat of a 1950 s summer, family members come together to celebrate a big birthday party and bring along their avarice and greed as well as their mendacity in hopes of acquiring a big piece of inheritance when Big Daddy kicks the bucket


  9. says:

    Tennessee Williams has truly created a masterpiece Greed, jealousy, homosexuality, indifference, alcoholism, and desire are all laid bare in one way or another in this play Maggie the Cat is full of life and is honest if she does come from a poor family and feel that she is walking on a hot tin roof all the


  10. says:

    Very powerful, enjoyable read I particularly liked having the very specific stage directions, so meticulously explained and set out by Williams for readers as well as directors and performers Also enjoyed the accompanying essays about the development of the play along with director Elia Kazin and Williams own essa


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