The Glass Menagerie
by Tennesse Williams
"Paul Deziel’s projections do well to avoid distracting our eye while they give us an inviting glimpse into the 1930s with images of advertisements and even some clips from The Black Pirate (1926) during the intermission – all of which give us insight into the dreams and ideals of the various characters. A splendid, immersive experience throughout!"
"Paul Deziel's projections add a modern touch yet also serve to reinforce the play's 1940s setting. The projections often showcase advertisements from the era, yet also frequently showcase brief passages from the text to remind us of the surreal, dream-like elements in Williams' script."