When: Fridays-Sundays. Continues through May 24 2015
David Mamet has a long history of penning memorable dialogue for his plays and films, and one could certainly argue that his script for the Pulitzer Prize-winning Glengarry Glen Ross is Mamet at the height of his poetically profane powers. It’s easy to see why actors flock to be part of the ensemble of the real-estate office that sets the scene, where the cast of agents will do anything to sell the undesirable properties dragging them down. Many remember the 1992 film adaptation for its star-studded cast, but Mamet’s script is the real reason to see it.
May 8-24; Fri-Sat at 7:30 pm, Sun at 2 pm • $10 • Stage Left Theater • 108 W. Third • spokanestageleft.org • 838-9727