The Tony-nominated revival of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross at the Royale Theatre probably hits close to home to a lot of the audience, whether they're in real estate or not. Each of the play's two acts takes place on separate sets — Act I occurs in a Chinese restaurant, Act II is in a real estate office that looks much scarier than anything seen in Dracula, Jekyll & Hyde, or Sweeney Todd. It's amazing how horrifying cheap paneling and fluorescent lighting can be. Horrifying, but ...
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