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Glengarry Glen Ross, by David Mamet
Theater at its finest.
Saturday, May 11, 2002
5.0
Whole Worlds Production of "Glenngarry Glen Ross" is Atlanta Theater at its finest. I haven't been this impressed with a show in a long time.

The cast gives such a great performance,it works on so many levels. This is what acting is, Hi's and Low's. Who want's to see an "EVEN" show, how boring.

Mamets words are given new life considering that the movie was, Though expertly acted,somewhat depressing. The Whole World cast convincingly makes it very funny at times, and fuming at other times, again there is such a range.
As someone who loves Mamet's words,what this play brings out is how many ways mamet can be played. I think the reviewer below me was at a different show,has no idea what good acting is, or just plain has delusions of granduer.

This show is a must see. kudos to the director for putting together such a great production.

Just and end note, there are no Steak knives to be won in Glen ross.

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