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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof first heated up Broadway in 1955 with its gothic American story of brothers vying for their dying father’s inheritance amid a whirlwind of sexual Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Tennessee Williams Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a play by Tennessee Williams One of Williams's famous works and his personal favorite the play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1955 Set in the plantation home in the Mississippi Delta of Big Daddy Pollitt a wealthy cotton tycoon the play examines the relationships among members of Big Daddy's family primarily between his son Brick and Maggie the Cat Brick's wifeتاریخ نخستین خوانش هفتم ماه جولای سال 2002 میلادیعنوان گربه روی شیروانی داغ متن کامل نمایشنامه در سه پرده؛ نویسنده تنسی ویلیامز؛ مترجم مرجان بخت مینو؛ کرج، مینو، 1380، در 160 ص، شابک 9647487002؛ موضوع نمایشنامه های نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20 ممگی می‌گوید «می‌دانی من چه احساسی دارم؟ همیشه حس می‌کنم مثل یک گربه روی یک شیروانی داغ هستم» بریک در پاسخ می‌گوید «پس، از روی شیروانی بپر پایین مگی گربه‌ ها از روی شیروانی می‌پرند پایین، و هیچ صدمه‌ ای نمی‌بینند این کار را بکن بپر» مگی می‌گوید «بپرم کجا؟ به چه امیدی؟» بریک پاسخ می‌دهد «یک عاشق گیر بیار» مگی «مستحق این کار نیستم جز تو هیچ مردی را نمی‌بینم، حتی با چشم‌های بسته فقط تو را می‌بینم» ا شربیانی Evolve Level 4 Students Book on a Hot Tin Roof first heated up Broadway in 1955 with its gothic American story Professional Daily Fantasy Football of brothers vying for their dying father’s inheritance amid a whirlwind Stories for Boys of sexual Cat Mountain City on a Hot Tin Roof Tennessee Williams Cat Untitled (The Trials of Apollo, on a Hot Tin Roof is a play by Tennessee Williams One Extracted of Williams's famous works and his personal favorite the play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1955 Set in the plantation home in the Mississippi Delta Mr. Miller: ¿Cuándo el depredador se volvió la presa? (Spanish Edition) of Big Daddy Pollitt a wealthy cotton tycoon the play examines the relationships among members Musika airean (Literatura) of Big Daddy's family primarily between his son Brick and Maggie the Cat Brick's wifeتاریخ نخستین خوانش هفتم ماه جولای سال 2002 میلادیعنوان گربه روی شیروانی داغ متن کامل نمایشنامه در سه پرده؛ نویسنده تنسی ویلیامز؛ مترجم مرجان بخت مینو؛ کرج، مینو، 1380، در 160 ص، شابک 9647487002؛ موضوع نمایشنامه های نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20 ممگی می‌گوید «می‌دانی من چه احساسی دارم؟ همیشه حس می‌کنم مثل یک گربه روی یک شیروانی داغ هستم» بریک در پاسخ می‌گوید «پس، از روی شیروانی بپر پایین مگی گربه‌ ها از روی شیروانی می‌پرند پایین، و هیچ صدمه‌ ای نمی‌بینند این کار را بکن بپر» مگی می‌گوید «بپرم کجا؟ به چه امیدی؟» بریک پاسخ می‌دهد «یک عاشق گیر بیار» مگی «مستحق این کار نیستم جز تو هیچ مردی را نمی‌بینم، حتی با چشم‌های بسته فقط تو را می‌بینم» ا شربیانی

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He public controversy Cat stirred up it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the Drama Critics Circle Award for that year Williams as he so often did with his plays rewrot This is a great play but the audio version is not the way to enjoy it I would have preferred to read it myself but that option was not available and “listening” to a play seemed to make sense Throughout the reading I kept silently substituting the voices of Paul Newman Liz Taylor and Burl Ives and wanting to download the extraordinary movie and watch it insteadThis is a complex play about human emotions the lies we tell ourselves and others and how closely aligned love and hate can be like two heads on a Roman coin For a character who has precious little dialogue Brick Politt makes a big impression; but much is missing when you cannot see facial expressions and have to imagine movementsfor much of what Brick tells us is told with his body and his face Maggie the Cat is on the other hand a woman who expresses much of what she feels verbally so she plays a bit better in audio alone No one brings a Southern household alive uite like Tennessee Williams He gets to the edge beneath the Southern drawl and honey can drip from his women while they exude poison from their pores Big men like Big Daddy were once common in Southern society and it almost feels a shame to say you probably will not find such men in the South today Williams tackles the serious issue of homosexuality in this classic and does so in a way that tells you both where the public s stood in the 1950s and foreshadows a surprisingly tolerant view beneath the surface I thought him pretty brave to take on the subject and particularly to have a man such as Big Daddy express an understanding of it I'm sure it set much of his audience on their heals at the timeOne of the difficult uestions left unanswered in the play however is attached to unreuited love What are we guilty of when we turn our backs on someone who loves us in a way that we are unable to return? 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Ity untethered in the person of Maggie the Cat The play also daringly showcased the burden of sexuality repressed in the agony of her husband Brick Pollitt In spite of t The characters in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof all have these strange reasons for living all based off of some sort of character flaw The way the flaws tie all the characters together symbolically is brilliantMaggie especially has a strange reason to live to be the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with no purpose in life other than to endure the unpleasant heat to survive it The she digs into the other characters it becomes clear that although they have these strange reasons for living like her husband an alcoholic who lives only for the next drink they all seem to have this common mindset that life is miserable and all they want to do is get through itWhat really makes this work is the character Big Daddy who has been diagnosed with cancer The way all the other characters think only of his inheritance and the way Big Daddy clings to life even when it seems like he doesn't even enjoy it is really interesting to readBut compared with The Glass Menagerie or A Streetcar Named Desire this play falls a little short The dialogue doesn't feel as crisp and it seems like it's just one giant monologue after another


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  1. says:

    This year I embarked to read plays written by the giants of American playwrights and I currently find myself reading through Tennessee Williams' trilogy of classic plays Cat on a Hot Tin Roof was first written in 1955 and revised many times both for the stage and film Featuring well known characters the play is known for its character studies and should be viewed live rather than read It is in this light that I read the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and enjoyed its characters for which I rate four bright stars Tennessee Williams takes us to a plantation in the south where two brothers Gooper and Brick are jockeying for position to get the upper hand in their father Big Daddy's will Brick is a former football star who has become an alcoholic because he can face that he is no longer able to star on the football field He is married to Maggie and as alcohol has pervaded their marriage the couple remains childless Gooper is married to Mae and the couple has five children and expecting a sixth Although eight years Brick's senior and a successful attorney Gooper is not the light of Big Daddy's eyes Big Daddy would like nothing than to leave his land to Brick if only the latter would right himself and turn his life around Meanwhile the wives Maggie and Mae can not stand each other and offer malicious lines to each other Maggie's arias are memorable as I always enjoy a strong female lead Both women are as the title notes likes cats on a hot tin roof dancing around each other on edge because neither will be satisfied until they have successfully one upped the other From my perspective Maggie is the likeable of the two even though it is Mae who has given Big Daddy the grandchildren he desires The climax of the play is the exchange between Big Daddy and Brick in which Big Daddy urges his son to become a better person This occurs in the second act making the third act almost anti climatic Perhaps if I had viewed this play live I might have thought differently but I enjoyed the second act than the third primarily for the exchange between Big Daddy and Brick Tennessee Williams is a master playwright of the 20th century He touches on social issues as homosexual relationships and a woman's place in a marriage before it was socially acceptable to do so Being ahead of his time Williams brings these issues into light in the forms of deep characters I enjoyed the personas of Brick Maggie and Big Daddy and sneered at Mae who embodies the old south A solid four stars in print form I look forward to viewing Cat on a Hot Tin Roof on film


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    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Tennessee Williams Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a play by Tennessee Williams One of Williams's famous works and his personal favorite the play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1955 Set in the plantation home in the Mississippi Delta of Big Daddy Pollitt a wealthy cotton tycoon the play examines the relationships among members of Big Daddy's family primarily between his son Brick and Maggie the Cat Brick's wifeتاریخ نخستین خوانش هفتم ماه جولای سال 2002 میلادیعنوان گربه روی شیروانی داغ متن کامل نمایشنامه در سه پرده؛ نویسنده تنسی ویلیامز؛ مترجم مرجان بخت مینو؛ کرج، مینو، 1380، در 160 ص، شابک 9647487002؛ موضوع نمایشنامه های نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20 ممگی می‌گوید «می‌دانی من چه احساسی دارم؟ همیشه حس می‌کنم مثل یک گربه روی یک شیروانی داغ هستم» بریک در پاسخ می‌گوید «پس، از روی شیروانی بپر پایین مگی گربه‌ ها از روی شیروانی می‌پرند پایین، و هیچ صدمه‌ ای نمی‌بینند این کار را بکن بپر» مگی می‌گوید «بپرم کجا؟ به چه امیدی؟» بریک پاسخ می‌دهد «یک عاشق گیر بیار» مگی «مستحق این کار نیستم جز تو هیچ مردی را نمی‌بینم، حتی با چشم‌های بسته فقط تو را می‌بینم» ا شربیانی


  3. says:

    Dizzying and fantastical Cat on a Hot Tin Roof examines the emotional toll of sexual repression Brick is an aging former football star stuck in an unhappy marriage to his theatrical wife Maggie After the suicide of his former teammate and best friend Skipper Brick left the field turned to alcohol and now spends his days drinking and warding off Maggie’s pleas for a child His father might have cancer and the family estate will go to his obnoxious older brother if he and Maggie don’t soon start a family Laced with sarcasm the drama centers on Brick’s father and Maggie’s fumbling attempts to help the protagonist come to terms with Skipper’s death as well as admit the homoerotic nature of the friendship something Brick vehemently denies As is typical of Williams’ work the play’s comic elements are unsettling than funny the characters surreal sketches of social types than realistic personalities The humor works better on stage but a few moving scenes make the drama worth checking out


  4. says:

    4 stars This three act play by Tennessee Williams won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1955 Williams explores gender roles homosexuality homophobia societal expectations avarice and the psychology of dysfunction relationships which abound in these flawed but incredibly human characters Big Daddy is the larger than life patriarch of the Mississippi plantation where they live He is crass and opinionated but at an opportune moment in dialog with his son Brick Big Daddy reveals that he would be tolerant if his son is homosexual Brick who has absorbed societal norms rails against his father’s attempts at conversation and against his father’s tolerance When Big Daddy determinedly pries from Brick the reason for his alcoholism and morose disposition Brick utters the word “disgust” At that moment the reader or theatergoer as the case may be knows that of all the things that may disgust Brick he is most of all disgusted with himself It’s apropos that Brick is leaning on a crutch from an injury he obtained while trying to rekindle his high school athleticism by jumping over a hurdle The alcohol is another crutch Even his suffering keeps him passive The women in the play are as colorful as peacock feathers Maggie depicts the marginalized female of the 1950s but she breaks stereotypes She wields words in a powerful way and exudes vitality She is sultry proud of her sexuality but determined to find a place for Brick and herself in the kingdom of Big Daddy Maggie is the ‘cat on a hot tin roof’ Big Mama is an obnoxious character While I felt sympathy for her being the brunt of Big Daddy’s jokes I was annoyed at her behavior catering to Big Daddy making him the sun in her world The fact that she coddles her grown son Brick calling him “my baby” seems debilitating for both parties Big Mama’s expectation that a child from Maggie and Brick will solve everything and make Big Daddy happy is an added pressure for Maggie especially considering that her sister in law Mae is a “fertility machine” Mae is happily greedy and everything she does is to secure for herself and her brood Lies manipulation and as Williams puts it through Big Daddy “mendacity” is another major theme in ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Maggie Mae and Gooper Brick’s older brother all want a part of Big Daddy’s wealth and they will lie or manipulate in order to gain whatever is possible Mae and Gooper seem to have no real love for Big Daddy only for what he can give them The only one that doesn’t want a part of it is Brick This comes across as a truth Williams winnows through the chaff to expose a truth that most of us know ‘true love cannot be bought nor revealed through expensive gifts or possessions” but he does it in a way that we are not likely to forget An unhappy young man who is offered the kingdom but looks away in search of something else We also know he’s not likely to find it at the bottom of a bottle Brick believes the best thing he ever had in his life is lost forever; his friendship and love of Skipper his best friend Maggie reaches out to Brick with something else She says “Life has got to be allowed to continue even after the dream of life is all over” My interpretation of her words are you can continue to live in the fantasy of your high school football hero days and with the grief of your lost perfect love or you can live in an imperfect present where love and life are messy but real This is a May group read with ‘On the Southern Literary Trail’ and one I highly recommend


  5. says:

    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof written by one of the greatest American playwrights Tennessee Williams debuted in 1955 with its portrait of rich southerner Big Daddy Big Mama and two brothers sort of vying for for their dying father's inheritance Biff a former successful football player is now an alcoholic and not sleeping with his lovely wife Maggie the Cat I saw the film version with Paul Newman and Liz Taylor many years ago and it always stayed with me I listened to a version of this play read by another great American playwright Edward Albee who reads two different last acts of the play one highlighting Maggie a bit including some thoughts about theater by Williams and a reflection on a production of the play Albee had seen on Broadway directed by Elia KazanBrick suggestive for me of Rabbit Angstrom in Rabbit Run is a former athlete lost in the past lost in the bottle“Big Daddy What makes you so restless have you got ants in your britches?Brick Yes sirBig Daddy Why?Brick Something Hasn't Happened Big Daddy Yeah? What is that?Brick sadly the click Big Daddy Did you say the click?Brick Yes clickBig Daddy What click?Brick A click that I get in my head that makes me peacefulBig Daddy I sure in hell don't know what you're talking about but it disturbs meBrick It's just a mechanical thingBig Daddy What is a mechanical thing?Brick This click that I get in my head that makes me peaceful I got to drink till I get it” Big Daddy’s facing death so he confronts his lost son Brick and as Williams says about the confrontation “When something is festering in your memory or your imagination laws of silence don't work it's just like shutting a door and locking it on a house on fire in hope of forgetting that the house is burning But not facing a fire doesn't put it out Silence about a thing just magnifies it It grows and festers in silence becomes malignant ”The big dramatic truth telling showdown is powerful with terrific dialogue stripping off the illusions they have all lived by all their lives I listened to this play when I was in my car and finished it there and when I came home I read the physical copy of Death of a Salesman In Cat Big Daddy shows he knows who he is and he tries to save Brick; in Death Biff shows he knows who he is and he tries to save Willie To read these two plays within the same 24 hours was just like going from one explosion to another two great cherry bombs of American theater Death is better Miller's best and Cat isn't the very best Williams but it's still great theater


  6. says:

    The characters in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof all have these strange reasons for living all based off of some sort of character flaw The way the flaws tie all the characters together symbolically is brilliantMaggie especially has a strange reason to live to be the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with no purpose in life other than to endure the unpleasant heat to survive it The she digs into the other characters it becomes clear that although they have these strange reasons for living like her husband an alcoholic who lives only for the next drink they all seem to have this common mindset that life is miserable and all they want to do is get through itWhat really makes this work is the character Big Daddy who has been diagnosed with cancer The way all the other characters think only of his inheritance and the way Big Daddy clings to life even when it seems like he doesn't even enjoy it is really interesting to readBut compared with The Glass Menagerie or A Streetcar Named Desire this play falls a little short The dialogue doesn't feel as crisp and it seems like it's just one giant monologue after another


  7. says:

    I'm not sure that you can consider yourself a southerner or even from the south if you have not read Tennessee Williams' plays all of them I may be a transplanted Hoosier now but rest assured I have read and adore all of Williams' plays They are without a doubt some of the very best of American literature and by far in the top tier of Southern Lit This Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is one of his best


  8. says:

    This is a great play but the audio version is not the way to enjoy it I would have preferred to read it myself but that option was not available and “listening” to a play seemed to make sense Throughout the reading I kept silently substituting the voices of Paul Newman Liz Taylor and Burl Ives and wanting to download the extraordinary movie and watch it insteadThis is a complex play about human emotions the lies we tell ourselves and others and how closely aligned love and hate can be like two heads on a Roman coin For a character who has precious little dialogue Brick Politt makes a big impression; but much is missing when you cannot see facial expressions and have to imagine movementsfor much of what Brick tells us is told with his body and his face Maggie the Cat is on the other hand a woman who expresses much of what she feels verbally so she plays a bit better in audio alone No one brings a Southern household alive uite like Tennessee Williams He gets to the edge beneath the Southern drawl and honey can drip from his women while they exude poison from their pores Big men like Big Daddy were once common in Southern society and it almost feels a shame to say you probably will not find such men in the South today Williams tackles the serious issue of homosexuality in this classic and does so in a way that tells you both where the public s stood in the 1950s and foreshadows a surprisingly tolerant view beneath the surface I thought him pretty brave to take on the subject and particularly to have a man such as Big Daddy express an understanding of it I'm sure it set much of his audience on their heals at the timeOne of the difficult uestions left unanswered in the play however is attached to unreuited love What are we guilty of when we turn our backs on someone who loves us in a way that we are unable to return? What should a person be willing to settle for if the desire dies or is killed by the guilt? Of course we only have Brick’s word for his own feelings and none of these characters would be above lying to one another or to themselves but Brick and Maggie surely still have these uestions to answer when the curtain descendsOne very interesting thing this audio included was the original ending of the play and the revised ending that Williams wrote after having some suggestions from Elia Kazan I much preferred the second ending and admired Williams all the because he was able to set aside his ego and recognize that Kazan’s suggestions were improvementsListening to this play has left me with a keen desire to see it on a stage After all plays are meant to be seen and heard so when you have only listened you have only gotten half of what the playwright intended to give you Of course half of Tennessee Williams is worth than all of most


  9. says:

    Classic drama that deserves to up there with the greatest plays ever writtenThe story is centered around a family in crisis a sizzling drama of desire avarice and deception set in the steamy American Deep South you can almost feel the heat coming off the pages The play condenses so much life and emotion it's remarkable really Feuds tortured pasts anger guilt love jealousy envy revenge sorry sadness lust all crammed into a relatively short work Would love to see it performed on stage but the book ain't a bad alternative Well worth reading


  10. says:

    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof written by one of the greatest American playwrights Tennessee Williams debuted in 1955 with its portrait of rich southerner Big Daddy Big Mama and two brothers sort of vying for for their dying father's inheritance Biff a former successful football player is now an alcoholic and not sleeping with his lovely wife Maggie the Cat I saw the film version with Paul Newman and Liz Taylor many years ago and it always stayed with me I listened to a version of this play read by another great American playwright Edward Albee who reads two different last acts of the play one highlighting Maggie the title Cat on a Hot Tin Roof character a bit including some thoughts about theater by Williams and a reflection on a production of the play Albee had seen on Broadway directed by Elia KazanBrick suggestive for me of Rabbit Angstrom in Rabbit Run is a former athlete lost in the past lost in the bottle“Big Daddy What makes you so restless have you got ants in your britches?Brick Yes sirBig Daddy Why?Brick Something Hasn't Happened Big Daddy Yeah? What is that?Brick sadly the click Big Daddy Did you say the click?Brick Yes clickBig Daddy What click?Brick A click that I get in my head that makes me peacefulBig Daddy I sure in hell don't know what you're talking about but it disturbs meBrick It's just a mechanical thingBig Daddy What is a mechanical thing?Brick This click that I get in my head that makes me peaceful I got to drink till I get it” Big Daddy’s facing death so he confronts his lost son Brick and as Williams says about the confrontation “When something is festering in your memory or your imagination laws of silence don't work it's just like shutting a door and locking it on a house on fire in hope of forgetting that the house is burning But not facing a fire doesn't put it out Silence about a thing just magnifies it It grows and festers in silence becomes malignant ”The big dramatic truth telling showdown is powerful with terrific dialogue stripping off the illusions they have all lived by all their lives I listened to this play when I was in my car and finished it there and when I came home I read the physical copy of Death of a Salesman In Cat Big Daddy shows he knows who he is and he tries to save Brick; in Death Biff shows he knows who he is and he tries to save Willie To read these two plays within the same 24 hours was just like going from one explosion to another two great cherry bombs of American theater Death is better Miller's best and Cat isn't the very best Williams but it's still great theater


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