Synopsis: Tennessee Williams’ classic play concerns Tom, “a poet with a job in a warehouse,” his fragile, shy sister Laura, and their indomitable mother Amanda, who works heroically to keep her family together and dreams of a “gentleman caller” who will one day arrive to sweep her daughter off her feet.
Language: Very little; one profanity and a few exclamatory oaths.
Smoking/Drinking: Tom and Jim smoke.
For Which Audiences? The Glass Menagerie is a major American play and is suitable for all audiences, including children ten and older. Younger children might be bored.
Rating:The movie version of The Glass Menagerie was rated PG.