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Waikiki Aquarium offers volunteer opportunities

Madeline Ruhl, a freshman, has captured the role of Laura in the spring 2009 production of Tennessee Williams’ classic, The Glass Menagerie, a subtle play about the fragile intimacies of the human heart. The central characters of the play are Laura Wingfield and her family: her brother Tom, a frustrated poet who works in a shoe factory and yearns for adventure, and her mother Amanda, an aging southern belle, a romantic woman whose life has been narrowed to a pragmatic struggle for survival by Laura’s father, the husband who left 16 years before the play opens in 1930s St. Louis.
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