David Mamet's celebrated Pulitzer Prize-winning suspense comedy, Glengarry Glen Ross, bares the truth behind how far people
will go to stay on top. Mamet was influenced by the callous politics he himself encountered when he worked in a real estate
office in Chicago in the late 1960s. Shady practices are all in a day's work where four desperate salesmen will stop at nothing
to seal the deal. The title of the play draws from the names of two of the real estate developments being touted by the salesmen
characters, Glen Ross Farms and Glengarry Highlands.
Glengarry Glen Ross makes a comeback on Broadway with Al Pacino taking the role of Shelly Levene. Pacino takes the stage
with Emmy Award winner Richard Schiff (The West Wing); Tony Award nominee David Harbor (The Merchant of Venice, Who's Afraid
of Virginia Woolf?); Emmy Award winner and two-time Tony nominee Bobby Cannavale (Will & Grace); and Tony Award nominee Jeremy
Shamos (Clybourne Park). Daniel Sullivan, Tony Award-winning director, will direct Glengarry Glen Ross. Sullivan is noted
for The Merchant of Venice, Time Stands Still and Proof.
The world premiere of Glengarry Glen Ross was in London in 1983. It opened on Broadway in 1984 and closed in early 1985.
The production garnered nominations for four Tony awards, including Best Director, Best Play and two Best Featured Actor nominations
for Joe Mantegna and Robert Prosky.
Glengarry Glen Ross brims with suspense, drama and comedy - a little something for everyone. To see the stellar cast perform
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