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Asst. to the Director/Understudy: Michael Kebrdle '99
Shelley Levene: Jonathan Foust '97
John Williamson: Brandon Jay Lyda '99
Dave Moss: Joshua Cohen '99
George Aaronow: Tom Lustina '99
Richard Roma: Jeph Duarte '96
James Lingk: Ben Deufel '98
Baylen: Robb Wilson '98
Master Electrician: Matt Bottoms '96
Lightboard Operator: Chet Craft '98
Sound Operator: Alex Costa '96
Sound Technician: Matt Bottoms '96
Deck Crew: Will Strain '98
Propsmaster: Joe Lopez '96
Graphics: Ezra Ball '96
The winner of the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for drama, David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross offers audiences a snake’s-eye view of the real estate business. In that world, knowing the shot, closing the deal, and getting up on the Cadillac board are all that matter. And desperation reigns.
The New York Times’ Ben Brantley wrote "[it] feels like having espresso pumped directly into your bloodstream." Brimming with intense, crackling dialogue, Glengarry Glen Ross reveals the dark underside of the American Dream.
The following items were also included in the program for Glengarry Glen Ross:
-A list of quotes from various critics, all concerned with the original New York City opening of Glengarry Glen Ross
-A biography and list of works by David Mamet, written by Howard McNaughton
-An interview with David Mamet by Esther Harriott from August 1984
-An interview with David Mamet by Henry I. Schvey entitled Celebrating the Capacity for Self-Knowledge
-An article entitled American Theater Watch 1983-1984 from Georgia Review Volume 38, Fall 1984.
-An article by Jennifer Allen entitled David Mamet’s Hard Sell from April 9, 1984.
-An article by James Cook entitled Life as a Salesman from Forbes May 21, 1984.
It is obvious that Professor Fisher believed these documents were important to the understanding of the production. However, these do not directly relate to Wabash students.I decided to list them so that one could look them up or find them in the Wabash College Archives, but I did not believe they were essential to the documentation of the Wabash College Theatre history project. -Cody Grady '10 Summer 2008
This page is part of an ongoing project to document the history of the theatre productions performed at Wabash College. If you have information not included on this page, please contact the Theater Department or Professor Dwight Watson (email@example.com).