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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
The Alexander Technique Center for Performance and Development
New York, NY
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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
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Tennessee Williams' Pulitzer Prize-winning play focuses on a troubled Southern family and the discord over their dying father's millions. Wealthy plantation owner Big Daddy Pollitt is celebrating his 65th birthday with his family, including his wife Big Mama, his two sons, Brick and Gooper and their wives. He has cancer, but a doctor has for the sake of the day declared it in remission. Seemingly perfect son Gooper and his wife, Mae have several children and are anxiously expecting to inherit Daddy's millions. By contrast, Big Daddy's "favorite," Brick, is a has-been football star who's taken to drinking his days away since the suicide of his "best friend" a year earlier. He resents his wife, Maggie, because he believes that she had an affair with his deceased friend. As a result, he refuses to sleep with her, although she remains devoted to him and as a woman who saw the dire effects of poverty on her family, and is fighting to secure Brick's and her future. Since Brick and Maggie have failed to produce any grandchildren, Big Daddy is inclined to leave his estate to Gooper, but Maggie attempts to prevent that by telling him that she is pregnant. Big Daddy knows better, yet he recognizes that Maggie loves Brick so much that she would be willing to do anything for him. Although Brick is self-destructive and resentful, unable to come to terms with his losses, it takes Big Daddy's recognition of his own mortality to make Brick change his perspective. Brick's struggle with his sexual identity, and the nature of his relationship with his "friend," along with the struggle for security in a dance with life and death for each character, unfolds.


Charles Black* - Reverend Tooker
Daniel Capalbo Jr. - Gooper Pollitt
Jen Danby* - Maggie Pollitt
Ginger Grace* - Big Mama
Emma Hope Hirsch - Dixie Pollitt
Maureen Mooney* - Mae Pollitt
Jamie Moore - Brick Pollitt
R David Robinson* - Big Daddy
John L. Payne* - Doc Baugh

* Appears courtesy AEA

Director: Austin Pendleton


The Alexander Technique Center for Performance and Development (View)
330 West 38th Street, Suite 805
New York, NY 10019
United States


Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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