This American favorite launched Williams to fame in the 40's. Amanda Wingfield's dreams for a better life for her daughter, the cripingly shy Laura, prompts her to ask her son Tom to invite a gentleman caller for dinner. The coming of Jim, Laura's high school crush, enlivens the Wingfield household until Jim descloses the unexpected news that changes everyone's lives forever.
Film director, Laurice Guillen, makes her theater comeback on the Ateneo stage as Amanda and for the first time performs with real life daughters Ina and Ana Feleo who altenates as Laura. Joining them are Ronan Capinding and Jake de Leon, alternating as Tom, and Arnold Reyes and Randy Villarama alternating as the gentleman caller Jim. Director Ricardo Abad and National Artist for the Theater Design Salvador Bernal re-team to set the play in circa 1930s. Jonjon Villareal handles the lighting design, while Von de Guzman infuses the play with his original music.
Ateneo de Manila University (Quezon City)
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I'm watching tomorrow. Oooohh, Laurice Guillen! Thanks for the compli tix, Arnold!