A group of cutthroat big-city real estate salesmen will go to any lengths -- from lies and flattery to bribery and burglary -- to unload parcels of Florida land on unsuspecting buyers in this darkly comic satire of the American Dream. The stakes are high: At the end of the week the top salesman wins a new car and the loser has to clean out his desk and join the ranks of the unemployed. Written by David Mamet (American Buffalo, TV's The Unit), Glengarry Glen Ross draws on his real-life experiences at a Chicago real estate firm in the 1960s, and serves as a scathing yet humorous critique of American business culture. The play won the Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award in 1984. See it at the Desert Stages Theatre Actor's Cafe in Phoenix.
This show is meant for audiences ages 18 and up due to adult language and content.