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The Glass Menagerie comes to Tifton this weekend

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Dr. Brian Ray, the Director of the Baldwin Players a group that puts on plays on the ABAC campus. Dr. Brian Ray, the Director of the Baldwin Players a group that puts on plays on the ABAC campus.
Glass figurines serve as a central part of the play, which was an expansion of a short story that Williams wrote in 1943. Glass figurines serve as a central part of the play, which was an expansion of a short story that Williams wrote in 1943.
More of the props for the play that starts tonight.  The props and the players are both mostly made up of and by ABAC students. More of the props for the play that starts tonight. The props and the players are both mostly made up of and by ABAC students.
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TIFTON, GA (WALB) -

You can enjoy a play written by one of America's greatest playwrights this weekend in south Georgia.

The stage is set at ABAC for Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie.

The play focuses on a family from Mississippi trying to make ends meet in Depression-era St. Louis.

ABAC doesn't have a theater program but The Baldwin Players put on two plays per year.

The director of the group says there is plenty of acting talent on campus.

"A lot of our students come here and they've acted in high school, with their high school plays or they've been involved in drama clubs," said Dr. Brian Ray.

You can see The Glass Menagerie each night through Saturday at seven o'clock at Howard Auditorium.

Admission is $5 for the general public.

ABAC students, faculty and staff get in free.

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