A House of Glass is superbly written, composed, choreographed, and performed tragic opera of personal pain overcome by brilliant and painful expression that survives tragic loss to self-destruction.
That was a great performance! ¡Bravo!
What fascinating piece! I'm a huge Williams fan so I'm glad I got to see it.
Bravo to All! The production was FANTASTIC & POWERFUL!
Saw A House Of Glass last night and we loved every minute! Fabulous actors, voices and music! This play deserves a long delightful life.
Fantastic & Powerful Show! Bravo to All!
The story tells of how abuse and pain in ones life can be the catalyst for creativity, and brilliance!
What a great show. This will be a hit.
Very painful and profound. There were no moments of the play that I did not like!
I had no least favorite moment. I enjoyed the whole thing immensely.
It was fabulous. I loved the show from beginning to end!
Join Joshua Morgan (Les Mis) and a company of Broadway talent for an evening of songs from A House of Glass, the story of America’s most iconic playwright– Tennessee Williams. After several successful outings in DC, including a sold out run as part of Arena Stage’s 2015 Kogod Cradle series, A House of Glass makes its NYC developmental debut.
With music by Julliard’s Paul Leavitt and libretto and lyrics by Harriet McFaul Pilger and Shelley Herman Gillon, the evening is sure to leave audiences wanting more from this exciting new musical.
February 2015 - Arena Stage Kogod Cradle Series
March 2011 - Tennessee Williams Centennial Festival
August 2008 - Metro Stage
September 2007 - Page-to-Stage Festival, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts