The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie

A gentle and moving masterpiece of American theatre.

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October 21 TO November 5, 2016

  • 7:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday Evenings
  • 7:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings
  • 2:00 p.m. Saturday Matinees

 

Logan James Hall (Jim O’Connor) is beyond thrilled to join this production of one of his all-time favorite plays. An Oregonian through and through, Logan is an NYC-based actor whose favorite credits include The Fulton Theater: Venus in Fur (Thomas) and Other Desert Cities (Trip), North Carolina Theater Center: Wit (Jason), and Goodspeed Opera House: A Wonderful Life (Harry Bailey). He can also be seen and heard on numerous national TV and radio commercials. Logan would like to send his love and thanks to his family and Greer; without your love and encouragement he may have quit to become a lumberjack long ago. Also thanks to Rikky at The Hybrid Agency for being THE man.

Zachary Prince (Tom Wingfield) is thrilled to be making his Pioneer debut! Broadway: Honeymoon in Vegas, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, Baby It’s You. Off-Broadway: Himself & Nora (Priest), The Last Five Years (Jamie u/s) at Second Stage (dir. Jason Robert Brown). National Tour: Jersey Boys (Frankie Valli). Regional credits include: Triangle (Ben/Vincenzo; Theatre Bay Area Award – Best Actor) at Theatreworks Silicon Valley, Parade (Leo Frank) at Theatre Raleigh, Into The Woods (Baker) at Kansas City Rep (dir. Moisés Kaufman), Mann & Wife (Henry) at Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof (Perchik) at Portland Center Stage. Film: Pittsburgh. BFA, Carnegie Mellon University. Countless thanks to Bob Cline, Mary Robinson, Bran, Bessie & Winnie and the ‘rents.

Hanley Smith (Laura Wingfield) is delighted to be making her PTC debut, and with such incredible people. Favorite credits include: Vanda in Venus in Fur (opposite the incomparable Logan James Hall) and Fantine in Les Misérables (The Fulton); Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest (Gulfshore Playhouse); Luisa in The Fantasticks (Virginia Stage); Dorothy Collins in Powerhouse (Sinking Ship; NY Times Critics’ Pick); and most of all, Sally in The Voice of the Turtle (Merrimack Rep), where she met her husband. Hanley is also a proud member of the folk trio, A Band Called Honalee, and the devised-theatre-based company, Sinking Ship Productions. BA: Davidson College. @backstagehanley

Nance Williamson (Amanda Wingfield) is thrilled to return to the Pioneer stage where she last performed in Charles Morey’s The Ladies Man. Broadway: Romeo and Juliet (Orlando Bloom), Cyrano (Kevin Kline), Henry IV (Kevin Kline), Broken Glass. Off Broadway: Shakespeare in the Park, Primary Stages, Minetta Lane, Pearl. Nance has performed extensively across the country including the Denver Center, The Old Globe Theater, Mark Taper Forum, Kennedy Center, Trinity Rep, Actor’s Theater of Louisville, Playmakers. Rep., Syracuse Stage, Berkley Rep, Seattle Rep, Arena Stage, Shakespeare Theater, Philadelphia Co., Alliance Theater, company member at the Dallas Theater Center. Nance and her husband actor/director Kurt Rhoads have been company members at the HVSF for over 17 seasons. TV: all the Law and Orders, Prince Street, Fringe, Dawson’s Creek, Dallas and The Good Wife.

 

CHLOE JENSEN (U/S Laura Wingfield) is thrilled to be working with PTC for the first time. Chloe is a senior in the Actor Training Program at the University of Utah where she most recently appeared in The Importance of Being Earnest and Animal Farm. She would like to thank her family for their support.

 

HALEY PULSIPHER (U/S Amanda Wingfield) is a senior in the Actor Training Program at the University of Utah. Her play, Autophobia, was recently featured in the University’s New Play Reading Series. Her most recent roles were Marcellus, Player King, and Gravedigger in the University’s all-female production of Hamlet.

 

PJ VOLK (U/S Jim O’Connor) is a junior in the Actor Training Program. This is his first time understudying for a show at PTC. His favorite roles are Bomber in Picnic, Joe/Si Crowell in Our Town, and various characters in Two Gentlemen of Verona with Salt Lake Shakespeare Company. He’ll soon be seen as Richard Noakes in Arcadia and the Schoolmaster in Two Noble Kinsmen. He thanks his family and friends for their continuing support.

 

DOMINIC ZAPPALA (U/S Tom Wingfield) is a theatre major at the University of Utah in the ATP. He is a founding member of the Salt Lake based devising initiative WHO’S LOUIS? co.; he will also be seen in Arcadia at the University of Utah this fall and Dogfight this spring.