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Glengarry Glen Ross is a mix of biting humor and emotional fury where real estate salesmen vie for the top sales prize in a savage contest of deception and betrayal. Roma is in the lead for the monthly sales award "a new Cadillac" while former top salesman Shelly Levene is riding a streak of bad luck. They rely on Williamson to give them hot leads, but he ruthlessly pits the veteran salesmen against each other. As the cruel battle of wit ensues, the play offers a hard-hitting, darkly comic story of betrayal and a still-relevant analysis of our shifting American values.

Filled with shocking twists and turns, this cold-blooded drama is guaranteed to keep audiences breathless and on the edge of their seats. The play won the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and received four Tony Awards that year. It’s a must-see American stage play.

Glengarry Glen Ross is a mix of biting humor and emotional fury where real estate salesmen vie for the top sales prize in a savage contest of deception and betrayal. Roma is in the lead for the monthly sales award "a new Cadillac" while former top salesman Shelly Levene is riding a streak of bad luck. They rely on Williamson to give them hot leads, but he ruthlessly pits the veteran salesmen against each other. As the cruel battle of wit ensues, the play offers a hard-hitting, darkly comic story of betrayal and a still-relevant analysis of our shifting American values.

Filled with shocking twists and turns, this cold-blooded drama is guaranteed to keep audiences breathless and on the edge of their seats. The play won the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and received four Tony Awards that year. It’s a must-see American stage play.

Glengarry Glen Ross is a mix of biting humor and emotional fury where real estate salesmen vie for the top sales prize in a savage contest of deception and betrayal. Roma is in the lead for the monthly sales award "a new Cadillac" while former top salesman Shelly Levene is riding a streak of bad luck. They rely on Williamson to give them hot leads, but he ruthlessly pits the veteran salesmen against each other. As the cruel battle of wit ensues, the play offers a hard-hitting, darkly comic story of betrayal and a still-relevant analysis of our shifting American values.

Filled with shocking twists and turns, this cold-blooded drama is guaranteed to keep audiences breathless and on the edge of their seats. The play won the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and received four Tony Awards that year. It’s a must-see American stage play.

WHEN

WHERE

The City Theatre
3823 Airport Blvd.
Suite D
Austin, TX 78722
http://www.citytheatreaustin.org/

TICKET INFO

$15-$25
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