A Closer Look at a ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’

Who can forget Elizabeth Taylor’s Maggie and her white negligee in the movie adaption of Cat on Hot Tin Roof? No one, that’s who! Take a look at the different wardrobe pieces and set pictures of the Duluth Playhouse’s staged version of Tennessee Williams’ classic tale of secrets, lies, and betrayal.

COSTUMES

Come see our Big Mama shine in this mauve knee-length dress on our stage.

Come see our Big Mama shine in this mauve knee-length dress on our stage.

Maggie will stun you in this navy blue number.

Maggie will stun you in this navy blue number.

A short-sleeved flowery brown dress with white collar belongs to the “Malicious Mae”

A short-sleeved flowery brown dress with white collar belongs to the “Malicious Mae”

This classy white double-breasted coat has patriarchy written all over it.

This classy white double-breasted coat has patriarchy written all over it.

This is the look of an ever greedy lawyer, is it not?

This is the look of an ever greedy lawyer, is it not?

The infamous bedroom gown that the nonchalant Brick seems to have glued himself too.

The infamous bedroom gown that the nonchalant Brick seems to have glued himself too.

SET

The legendary bedroom where Maggie will turn into the ”cat on a hot tin roof”. The whole play revolves around this bedroom.

The legendary bedroom where Maggie will turn into the ”cat on a hot tin roof”. The whole play revolves around this bedroom.

This sofa will become one with Brick has he is in no hurry to change out of his night gown, nor acknowledge his wife … all while downing bourbon like there is no tomorrow.

This sofa will become one with Brick has he is in no hurry to change out of his night gown, nor acknowledge his wife … all while downing bourbon like there is no tomorrow.

Speaking of drinking….the liquor cabinet!

Speaking of drinking….the liquor cabinet!

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