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Stanley Theatre presents Glengarry Glen Ross, July 22 – Aug 22

July 12, 2010

Eric McCormack stars in David Mamet’s theatrical masterpiece at the Stanley Theatre on South Granville

BMO Financial Group and the Arts Club Theatre Company present Glengarry Glen Ross at the Stanley Theatre on South Granville,  from July 22nd to August 22nd, 2010.

Synopsis:
Wanna buy some land?
Tough times call for tough measures in a Chicago real-estate office. In this cutthroat world, four hungry, backstabbing salesmen peddle questionable investments in a contest to become top dog. Slumping sales? Can’t close the deal? You’re fired! David Mamet’s explosive masterpiece of workplace power struggles gone awry stars Eric McCormack of TV’s Will & Grace as you’ve never seen him, plus Bart Anderson, John Pyper Ferguson, Vincent Gale, Daren Herbert, Brian Markinson and Gerard Plunkett. For more information about this production, please visit artsclub.com.

Glengarry Glen Ross
Stanley Theatre
(Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage)
2750 Granville Street
July 22–August 22, 2010

Please note: Mature language and content

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 8, 2010 8:46 am

    Worked in places where I could identify with the vulgarity so wasn’t shocked by it here. I would find it difficult to recommend it to my peers due to the embarrassing volume of excessive vulgar script, which incidentally was unnecessary most of the time.

    • August 8, 2010 9:38 am

      Yes, the language is pretty raw. I think the Arts Club has done its best to give fair warning and would take even more criticism if they were to modify the script (I am not even sure they can!). One of my first Stanley performance experiences had Nicole Cavendish bare her chest – centre stage. I was glad I had not brought my Mom. 🙂

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