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Free Readings At the Orlando Shakespeare Theater – Sep 25

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF (OST) celebrates the 100th birthday of American playwright Tennessee Williams through its popular free reading series, THREE BY TENN. The series begins with William’s best-known tale of struggle and survival, CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, on Sunday, September 25 at 7PM.

Under the stifling heat of the Mississippi Delta, the Pollitt family gathers together to celebrate the birthday of Big Daddy, the family patriarch. This demonstration of family togetherness is quickly revealed for the sham that it is as relationships start to fracture and eventually explode. Directed by Paula Rossman, Tennessee Williams’ CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play about mendacity and money, secrets and sins, features an all-star cast of Orlando audience favorites.

Orlando actors Jamie Lyn Hawkins, Mark Whitten*, Elizabeth Murph and Ron Schneider* bring the iconic family members Maggie, Brick, Big Mama and Big Daddy to life, along with fellow cast members John Connon*, Jim Cundiff, Ryan Czerwonko, Ame Livingston*, Megan Pickrell and Michael Shenenfelt. The stage management team includes Blu Fogarty and Adrienne Forsythe.

There is no charge for this event and reservations are not required; however, limited seating is available. The reading will be held in the Margeson Theater at the John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park.  Now celebrating its 23rd season, Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF has grown into one of the region’s most acclaimed Equity theaters producing bold professional theater in Central Florida. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Jim Helsinger and Managing Director Shannon Lacek, Orlando Shakespeare Theater continues to achieve the highest standards, while preserving its artistic and cultural legacy.


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