Glengarry Glen Ross

2010-2011 SEASON

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Glengarry Glen Ross (2011)

David Mamet’s 1984 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Glengarry Glen Ross, follows the lives of four unscrupulous Chicago real estate agents. The play is based in part on Mamet’s experiences working in a Chicago real estate office during the 1960s. The title of the play comes from the names of two of the real estate developments peddled by the salesmen: Glengarry Highlands and Glen Ross Farms.

In deciding to produce Glengarry Glen Ross for The Chatham Players, Bob Lukasik researched the play and the playwright.

Says Lukasik, “In his youth, Mamet worked as a janitor or office cleaner, a taxi driver, a line worker in a canning plant and in a truck factory… Then, in 1969, he secured a job as an office manager in a real estate office. This is where Glengarry Glen Ross was born.”

The Cast

Role Actor
Shelly Levene Michael King
John Williamson Jeffrey Jackson
Dave Moss Jeff Maschi
George Aronow Bob Mackasek
Richard Roma David Cantor
James Lingk Lorenzo Sapienza
Baylen Frank Briamonte

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Production Team

Production Role
Producer Robert Lukasik
Director Chase Newhart
Production Coordinator Leslie Gayle Williams
Stage Manager George Doherty
Asst. Stage Manager Pamela Wilczynski
Set Design Roy Pancirov
Scenic Artist Andrea Sickler
Costume Design Fran Harrison
Lighting Design Richard Hennessy
Sound Design Josh Samuels
Props and Set Decoration Letitia Lum

The Playbill (3)