The Globe Theatre Dunedin

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The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie

By Tennessee Williams
Director: Joseph Cecchi

One of the very first Globe productions (1961), this classic American play opens The Globe’s 60th Anniversary Season.

This drama is a tour de force about love, bitterness and abandonment. With the Great Depression as the background of the play, its true tragedy is the isolation people feel when they cannot connect with each other or the world at large.

The Globe Theatre Dunedin, 104 London St.Thursday 18 March, Friday 19 March, Saturday 20 March 7.30pm. Sunday 21 March 2.00 pm.Wednesday 24 March, Thursday 25 March, Friday 26 March, Saturday 27 March 7.30pm.

Buy Tickets: Tickets on sale from February 11th either online at or at Fringe HQ, 26 Princes Street. Cash, EFTPOS and credit card. Open weekdays, 10am-5pm leading up to the Festival and 11am-6pm everyday during the Festival

About The Globe Theatre Dunedin

The Theatre in the House

The multi-award winning Globe Theatre is one of Dunedin’s foremost community theatres, begun by Patric and Rosalie Carey in 1961 when they extended the drawing room of their 1860’s London St home to create an intimate 30 seat theatre. This was later enlarged into the current 70 seat theatre. The Globe can claim many firsts, including the Australasian premiere of Samuel Becket’s Waiting for Godot, being the birthplace of the plays of James K Baxter and premiering other local playwrights.

Theatre in Dunedin has changed since 1961 and the Globe has changed with it, producing a varied annual season of modern and classic plays of all genres.

The Globe is administered by The Friends of the Globe and relies entirely on volunteer support. Anyone who is interested in being involved is welcomed – acting, directing, as stage crew and set builders, as technical operators or Front of House. To become a member of The Friends of the Globe click the Membership Tab. To keep up to date with what we are doing, like and follow our Facebook page.

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