Written by David Mamet
Directed by Peter Colletto

Centered around a plot of “what makes great literature?”, this brutal satire by the immortal David Mamet is set deep in Hollywood and involves a hit-making director, a studio executive and their temporary receptionist who has her own ideas regarding the subject. Nominated for Best Play of 1988 and successfully revived 20 years later, the show is “an electric night of theater… with unpredictable tensions between sex and power, ideas and ambitions, and gaining insight and getting ahead …” (USA Today).
Warning: Mature Language.

January 11 - February 1, 2014
Fridays/Saturdays at 8pm ($20), Sundays at 2pm ($16)

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Friday/Saturday: $20 Sunday: $16