Green 1Caroline Green CrossAmerican Lit/Comp 4 Feb. 2019Cat on a Hot Tin RoofReview Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a book written by Tennessee Williams that was turned into a Pulitzer-Prize winning play. Columbus High saw the show on January 30, 2019 at the Springer Opera House. The plot in the play describes how a rich family is connected through a series of lies and showcases each couple in the family. Brick and Maggie have problems about their intimate relations and the question of Brick’s sexuality revolving around the death of his friend, Skipper. Meanwhile, the overarching lie about Big Daddy and the discovery of cancer looms over the family as Gooper and Mae try to take over Big Daddy’s land and inheritance. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a strong production because it addresses important issues such as homosexuality, intimate relations between man and wife, and honestly in a family. In the Springer Opera House’s rendition of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, the actors are well casted. Two characters that were very prominent throughout the show were Brick and Maggie.