"A man should be his job"
Glengarry Glen Ross is a Pulitzer prize-winning play by American master of suspense, David Mamet.
The story is set in 1980s Chicago and concerns four real estate agents and their desperate attempts to sell as many holiday homes as they can,
in order to win a sales contest.
The terms of the contest are straightforward: the top salesman at the end of the month has been promised a free Cadillac, second place wins a set of steak knives, and the bottom two get rather unceremoniously fired.
But with so much at stake, not everyone is happy to play by the rules...
First performed in 1983 at the National Theatre in London, the play has since been turned into an Oscar-nominated 1992 film starring Al Pacino, Kevin Spacey and Jack Lemmon.
Disclaimer: This production contains strong language throughout.
at the Welsh Church Hall
£8 adults, £5 concessions
Special rate for parties*
Fri 8 March 2013, 8pm
Sat 9 March 2013, 2.30 and 8pm
Fri 15 March 2013, 8pm
Sat 16 March 2013, 2.30 and 8pm
*1 free full price ticket for every 9 (full price and/or concessions) booked. If booking online, please pay for all tickets and a cash refund will be given at the Box Office. Note there is now no longer any extra charge for booking online.
|Director||Chris Jefferies||Producer||Gill Taylor|
|Stage Manager||Rachel Narborough|
|Lighting Design||Robert Bettelheim|
|Lighting Operation||Kevin Byrne|
|Sound Provision||Peter Raggett|
|Sound Operation||Danny Mullings, Colin Heinink|
|Front of House Managers||Sharon Trotter, Sarah Fox|