Regia: Sergio Rubini
Prodotto da: Teatro Eliseo
Di: David Mamet
Con: Sergio Rubini, Gianmarco Tognazzi, Francesco Montanari, Roberto Ciufoli, Gianluca Gobbi, Giuseppe Manfridi, Federico Perrotta

Glengarry Glen Ross is a fierce portrayal of the business world and our greedy and competitive American society for which DavidMamet, in 1984, received the Pulitzer Prize, and from which in 1992 he would derive the screenplay for the film Americans directed byJames Foley and starring Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alec Baldwinand Kevin Spacey.To lift the real estate agency out of a difficult economic situation,Blake issues a challenge to all employees: whoever can sell the most will get a Cadillac as a prize, the second will win a set of steak knives, for all others imminent dismissal. Wrath and panic immediately ensues among employees.“It is the most beautiful text on the crisis of economic values. There Were financial speculation wins over man only the results count. The Texts are composed of a series of very rapid repartee, suspensory dots and an incredible amount of pauses. By focusing our energy on the unspoken, we discovered with the actors that the secret ofMamet’s writing is in what is not written. Between a pause and a half-pause is his whole poetics, and when you combine them at the end they become music. It’s like listening to a Miles Davis record. A True masterpiece!” Luca Barbareschi

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