Very lucky to snag tickets to this suspenseful comedy written by David Mamet. I was only familiar with the movie rendition of the play so I was happy to finally catch it on stage. It’s a riveting account of the competitive personalities working in a seedy Chicago real estate office. Mamet creates a realistic portrayal of the furious high stakes world of American entrepreneurship where people will stop at nothing to get ahead. However, I think the story is relevant to anyone who tries to get ahead in today’s working society.
The stellar cast included Alan Alda, Live Schreiber, Jeffrey Tambor, Frederick Weller, Tom Wopat, Gordon Clapp.