It's fitting that the Theatre Department is performing Glass Menagerie now because this year is the centennial of Tennessee Williams birth. If you'd like to read more about Tennessee Williams and the celebrations this year, you may want to check out this New York Times travel article or this feature from the British newspaper The Independent.
The Southern Quarterly journal celebrated the centennial with a special summer issue. We have access to this journal through our Humanities International Complete database. You can click on this link, click on Humanities International Complete, and then click on Vol. 48 Issue 4 - Summer2011 to find the issue.
We also have several books (and one film) about The Glass Menagerie and about Tennessee Williams:
The Glass Menagerie, a film version on vhs available in the Instructional Material Center
The Glass menagerie: An American Memory by Delma E. Presley. King Library (2nd floor) | PS3545.I5365 G5365 1990
Magical Muse: Millennial Essays on Tennessee Williams edited by Ralph F. Voss. King Library (2nd floor) | PS3545.I5365 Z756 2002
The Influence of Tennessee Williams: Essays on Fifteen American Playwrights edited by Philip C. Kolin. King Library (2nd floor) | PS352 .I54 2008
New Selected Essays: Where I Live by Tennessee Williams. King Library (2nd floor) | PS3545.I5365 A6 2009
Tennessee Williams edited by Brenda Murphy. King Library (2nd floor) | PS3545.I5365 Z8445 2011