This undisputed modern masterpiece from David Mamet, directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos and starring Alex Dimitriades, is a study in scams, backstabbing and ruthless ambition – just another day in real estate.
Four Chicago salesmen live to close the deal: find a potential customer, sell them your vision for their future, and grab their cash. But money is tight in realty these days and there are cutbacks on the way. This month the race to sell comes with a catch: first prize is a Cadillac, second prize is steak knives, third prize is … you’re fired.
The effect of this play thirty years ago was explosive: it was blunt, brutal, testosterone-fuelled, but also honest and humane. Today in our post sub-prime mortgage crisis, GFC battered world, Glengarry Glen Ross is as bold and swaggering as it ever was.
Please note: the role of Shelly Levene will now be played by John McTernan.
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With rehearsals for Glengarry Glen Ross now underway, MTC's Paul Galloway spoke to Director Alkinos Tsilimidos about th…Read the full post
Mamet’s study of competitive capitalism has scarcely dated in our frenziedly consumerist society.
Mamet’s greatest play.
Who needs caffeine when you’ve got Glengarry Glen Ross?
Restricted View Seating
Due to the position of furniture on the set, some seats for Glengarry Glen Ross have a slight restriction to their view. These seats have been discounted to compensate for this interruption.
Restricted view seats for evening and Saturday matinee performances are $65 each, or $50 for Wednesday matinee performances. Those under the age of 30 can purchase restricted view seats for $30.
For further information regarding restricted view seating, please contact the Southbank Theatre box office on (03) 8688 0800.