CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
the classic drama by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Kyle Brough
Performances: February 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 – 8 pm
Matinees: February 15, 22 – 2 pm
Presented by Borelians Community Theatre
Produced by Amy Caughlin
After Brick Pollitt injures himself while drunkenly revisiting his high school glory-days, he and his wife, Maggie, visit his family’s Mississippi plantation for the birthday celebration of his hot-tempered father, Big Daddy. Cantankerous and in declining health, Big Daddy demands to know why Brick and Maggie haven’t yet given him a grandchild, unlike Brick’s brother, Gooper, and his fecund wife, Mae. Confronted by a lifetime of his family’s lies and goaded by the wily Maggie, Brick unveils the truth about a tragic secret so profound, it may cut him out of the family fortune forever.
This is Tennessee William’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama that became a juggernaut in the world of entertainment, making an indelible impact on Broadway, Hollywood, and the entire world. Presented by Borelians Community Theatre complete with the original ending the playwright intended audiences to see, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a gripping and intensely moving masterpiece.
Students (18 and under): $12 with valid student ID
Groups: $20 for 6 or more Adults at the same performance.
Thursdays: Buy one Adult ticket, get another at half off.
GALA NIGHT: Purchase your ticket for Friday, February 14th and join us for a very special evening. Arrive at 7 pm to enjoy delicious desserts, finger foods and free drinks in the Patrons’ Lounge along with