Glengarry Glen Ross: Mixed-Gender Version of the Mamet Classic
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This is a dark, fast paced, intense drama about cutthroat sales people competing fiercely and struggling to survive. It was staged in a small very intimate venue and the audience is almost a part of the set. It was riveting and very well...continued
“Leads! Leads! Williamson! Send me out! Send me out!”
defunkt theatre opens its12th season with a boldy reimagined, mixed gender version of David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning portrait of salesmen scratching and clawing for success and survival in the cutthroat world of real estate. Drammy winning defunkt veterans Grace Carter and Lori Sue Hoffman return to the stage as Roma and Levene.
“I swear … it’s not a world of men … it’s not a world of men.”
How does the presence of both men and women affect this iconic play in which masculinity and success seem mutually dependent? Do women have to “act like men” to compete in traditionally male arenas? How do these characters cope with the added stress of a sales contest in which the losers will be fired? How far will they go to ensure that they come out on top?