David Mamet's Oleanna Looks at the Student-Teacher Power Struggle
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In this fast-paced comedy, you'll meet a man, his boyfriend... and his boyfriend's girlfriend. A bittersweet story, the play looks at the ups and downs of modern relationships and the forked pathways of sexuality. Playwright Stuart Bousel has crafted a funny and intriguing piece that discusses the absurd distortion our lives take on when examined through the eyes of our friends, loved ones and family. All those things that we want to say to another, but never do come crashing together in this new play from from Wily West Productions. Learn More
Directed by Stephen Drewes
Featuring Aaron Murphy and Frannie Morrison
David Mamet is a prolific writer of plays about the darker side of the American experience, where profound truths emerge from what at first seem the most mundane conversations. His best known work includes Duck Variations (1972), Sexual Perversity in Chicago (1975), American Buffalo (1975), Glengarry Glen Ross (1984), and Speed-the-Plow (1988). His play Race, about race and ethnicity, opened in New York in late 2009 and was the first new play to recoup its investment in the 2009-2010 Broadway season. Mamet also has made a name for himself as a Hollywood screenwriter. Among his films are House of Games, The Untouchables, Hoffa, and Wag the Dog, for which he was co-winner of the Academy Award for best adapted screenplay.