Category Archives: david mamet

Oh Oleanna.

diego matamoros & sarah wilson photo by bruce zinger There is a line in David Mamet’s play Oleanna (1992) in which the character of John, a University professor, tells his student that education is about provocation and that in stirring … Continue reading

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Boston Marriage: A Wilde Mamet Party to Pass the Time (You Vile Cow)

rebecca northan, julie orton, daniela vlaskalic photo by joel charlebois. I have a secret to share with you all. There is a secret play at a secret place which is presented by some of this country’s finest theatre actors, directed … Continue reading

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Glengarry’s Men are the Ones to Sell (Reposted)*

eric peterson and albert schultz There are few plays the capture the essence of desperation quite like Glengarry Glen Ross. David Mamet is a genius at expressing the richest of human emotions in the simplest, most spare and concise bit … Continue reading

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Glengarry Glentastic!

Soulpepper’s Production of Glengarry Glen Ross has proved so popular that Albert Schultz has announced that it will be extended to May 16th. You can read a review I wrote about the show here. You should also check out Soulpepper’s … Continue reading

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