'The Glass Menagerie,' Mark Taper Forum.

In Gordon Edelstein's fresh <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2010/09/theater-review-the-glass-menagerie.html,">revival</a> Judith Ivey redefined Amanda Wingfield by playing the character as <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002121" title="Tennessee Williams" href="/topic/arts-culture/tennessee-williams-PEHST002121.topic">Tennessee Williams</a> described her: "She is not paranoiac, but her life is paranoia. There is much to admire in Amanda, and as much to love and pity as there is to laugh at."
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In Gordon Edelstein's fresh revival Judith Ivey redefined Amanda Wingfield by playing the character as Tennessee Williams described her: "She is not paranoiac, but her life is paranoia. There is much to admire in Amanda, and as much to love and pity as there is to laugh at."

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