Home / Box Office /About Us / Information / Season / Past Productions

 

CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF

By Tennessee Wiliams

Directed by Alex Krus

 

MARGARET............................................................................................................Katreeva Phillips

BRICK...................................................................................................................Christian Schmoker

BIG DADDY......................................................................................................................Kit Hussey

BIG MAMMA.................................................................................................Phyllis Clayton-Haute

GOOPER...............................................................................................................................AlexWade

MAE.............................................................................................................................Libby Hawkins

REVEREND TOOKER..................................................................................Patrick Lynwood Henry

and

Robert Shores as DOC BAUGH

 

Click here to view program

 

Margaret

 

Brick and Margaret

 

Brick and Margaret

 

Big Daddy

 

Big Daddy and Brick

 

Big Daddy and Brick

 

Maggie and Brick

 

Mae and Gooper

 

Margaret and Big Mamma

 

Margaret and Mae

 

Big Mamma, Big daddy, Gooper, Mae, Margaret, and Brick

 

Big Daddy and Margaret

 

Margaret

 

""If you think you've seen Cat on a Hot Tin Roof because you've seen the star-studded 1958 movie with Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman and Burl Ives, think again.", Michala Perreault, Associate Critic for John Garcia's THE COLUM

 

"Tennessee Williams’ ability to put so much complexity into a seemingly simple story is what made him one of the greatest playwrights to ever live. Among his numerous great works, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, produced by Stolen Shakespeare Guild, stands out as both his favorite and arguably his best, a distinction which SSG affirms in their capable production." Kris Noteboom, Theater Jones

 

“This production of Williams’ 1974 revision of the text, which is part of the company’s on-going series of Pulitzer-winning plays, lets the playwright do the talking. Alex Krus’ unadorned direction allows the show’s intense emotions to spill forth with neither reserve nor embellishment.” -- Punch Shaw, Ft. Worth Star-Telegram