Darrellnisha WildsCat on a Hot Tin RoofBy: Tennessee Williams October 15, 2016 2:30 ShowingCharles Winter Wood TheatreCat on a Hot Tin Roof was an attention grabbing piece that has the audience hanging on to every word. This Drama tells a story of a family facing many troubles, from believing the beloved son Brick may have been gay, to the upcoming death of Big Daddy and their struggles of telling him and Big Mama the truth about it. This play presents a washed up football player turned alcoholic after the suicide of his best friend, and the affect he has on his family and his character his downfall. The conventional work portrays a neglected wife’s attempts to get her husband to get his act together so that he may inherit his father’s plantation after his death caused by cancer. Caton a Hot Tin Roof demonstrates an astounding realism style. Examples of its realism style include its authentic-looking set, master bedroom setting. The dialogue between characters seemed as life like as any conversation would have been in that particular point in time, set back in the 1950s. The Director Chris Berry does a great job at capturing every moment by allowing every event even the small details a part of the play as a whole. The acting was similar to that of the reading with only a few differences like the set. Each actor was endowed in their character with great body language, notable facial expressions and great voice audio projection with their matching the expression of moment in which they were speaking, grabbing the audience.