Cat On A Hot Tin RoofCat On A Hot Tin Roof, written by Tennessee Williams is a brilliant play about a dysfunctional family that is forces to deal with hidden deceptions and hypocrisy. The issues that this play revolves around transcend time and region; Williams uses his craft to entertain, enlighten and bares men’s soul. Also, what sets the first production of Williams’s play apart from his earlier works is the fact that the play’s foundation is based on conversations the characters have that appear to be real, vital as well as entertaining. They do not preach and condescend.
An audience can recognize elements of the characters in friends, family and in themselves. Williams appears to have creatively evolved as a playwright in his quest to unmask man’s illusionsInterpretation of A Doll’s HouseBibliographytennesee williams cat on anhot tin roof 1953English Essays