Glengarry Glen Ross

Set during a recession in the early 1980s, Glengarry Glen Ross follows the fortunes of four real estate salesmen who have been issued an ultimatum by their corporate overlords: close a sale or “hit the bricks”. In his send-up of American business, David Mamet exposes the frontier mentality of a cutthroat man’s world, with a simple adage at the core: “Always Be Closing.”

At times a hard-hitting drama, dark comedy, character study, scathing satire of capitalism, Reagan-era period piece, criticism of modern masculinity, and a showcase for David Mamet’s stunning ear for dialogue, Glengarry Glen Ross is an unforgettable theatrical experience that would make a bishop kick a hole in a stained glass window.

Glengarry Glen Ross deals with issues of masculinity and language in a frank manner that some may find offensive. Certain pointed remarks are directed towards homosexuals, women, Indian immigrants, and Poles; this reflects on the characters of the salesmen. We invite you to respect the work it its entirety before rendering conclusive judgments. Thank you.

Tickets: $10; available at InfoSource.


Video by Patrick Barfoot

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                      1 thought on “Glengarry Glen Ross”

                      1. Adam J. Langton says:

                        Very excited about this show, can’t wait to see it.

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