Let’s play an intriguing game of real estate. There are several moving pieces involved and each piece has its own agenda. The winner of the game gets a Cadillac and a small fortune.
Cleverly acted and brimming with intensity, Bay Players of Duxbury’s production of David Mamet’s acclaimed show ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ tells a complex story of Chicago salesmen desperately trying to make the ultimate sale any way they can.
Directed by Michael Pevzner, this team of salesmen contains a merciless boss named John Williamson, played with rough fervor by Phil Markella. Markella portrays Williamson with an intensity that belittles his sales team with one glance. Ted Lillys portrays Shelly Levene with a conniving desperation that leaves the audience guessing what his agenda truly is. Dave Moss, played by Steve Doherty and George Aaronow, played by Paul McCuen’s scene brings a whole new meaning to “Who’s on First.” Richard Roma, played by Kevin Morrow, is a stand out as a fast talking, overbearing salesman who thinks he has already made the big sale! What ultimately transpires are a humorous war of words and an ending that is entirely unexpected!
See the final weekend of Bay Players of Duxbury’s production of ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ on Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16 at 8 p.m. Please note this show contains adult language and themes. All performances take place at the First Parish Church, 842 Tremont Street (Route 3A) in Duxbury, Massachusetts. Reserve tickets today at email@example.com, click here, or call 781-361-2453. Check out www.bayplayers.org to out more on their 2013 season!