Glengarry Glen Ross

by David Mamet, directed by James Dunn
January 16—February 22, 2009
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm (Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22), Thursdays at 7:30pm (Jan. 29, Feb 5, 12, 19)
"Pay What You Will" on 1/23
On the 25th anniversary of its U.K. premiere, we present one of the masters of modern theater, David Mamet. Winner of the 1984 Pulitzer Prize, this scalding story follows four small-time real estate salesmen pushing plots of land on reluctant buyers and trying to make a living by any means necessary, from lies and bribery to threats and intimidation. Drawing partly on Mamet’s experiences in a Chicago real estate office, Glengarry Glen Ross is a masterpiece of American theater.
Warning: Adult Language.
(in order of appearance)
Norman A. Hall (Shelly Levene)
H.D. Southerland (John Williamson)
Richard Conti (Dave Moss)
Tim Earls (George Aronow)
Eric Burke (Richard Roma)
Stephen Dietz (James Lingk)
Jason Souza (Baylen)
Production Staff
Director: James Dunn
Production Manager: Robert Wilson
Set Design: Bruce Lackovic
Set Construction: Ian Swift, David L. Smith
Costume Design: Michael A. Berg
Costume Assistant: Jennifer O'Neil
Lighting Design: Les Lizama
Sound Design: Bruce Vieira
Property Design: Sue Anderson
Stage Manager: Suzie Hughes
Asst. Stage Manager: Maddy Boom
Rehearsal Assistant: Judy Holmes
Light Operator: Josh Ferrise
Sound Operator: Suzie Hughes
Box Office Manager: Maddy Boom
Volunteer Coordinator: Susan Suomi
Publicity Coordinators: Tinka Ross, Suzie Hughes
Publicist: Kim Taylor
Graphic Design: Mark Shepard


"RVP seals the deal with a Cadillac production of Glengarry...Both Mamet and Dunn are geniuses at keeping male egos at the boiling point for dramatic purposes and both are adept at using humor to cool the tension."
 —Lee Brady, Pacific Sun

"RVP goes for the jugular...Director James Dunn gets the most from a strong and very well-balanced group of actors, who honor the playwright's intention in giving it their all."
 —Barry Willis, Marin IJ

"...a bold move for the venerable 79-year old theater company...directed by James Dunn with elegance, clarity and attention to detail...demonstrates the riveting, haunting power of Mamet's best play."
 —David Templeton, The Bohemian

"...a riveting evening in the theatre...Roma takes over center stage with Burke giving a first rate performance."
—Kedar K. Adour, Theatreworld Internet Magazine, American Theatre Critics Association

 —Mario Echevarria,

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The Ross Valley Players is sponsored in part by:

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