Glengarry Glen Ross, Asheville, NC
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the weather conditions here in Asheville and surrounding areas, we are canceling tonight's (Thursday, February 3th) performance of Glengarry Glen Ross. We feel like erring on the side of safety is the right decision. This, however, does not mean you will miss out on this amazing local, independent production. We will honor your ticket(s) for any other date -- Friday & Saturday, February 14th & 15th, as well as next week, including a make up date on Wednesday, February 19th and Thursday - Saturday, February 20th-22nd. If you have any comments, questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us back here with any inquiries or email us at email@example.com. Please enjoy the weather and be safe and we will see you all very soon.
The Glengarry Cast & Crew
We are proud to present David Mamet's 1984 Pulitzer Prize Award winning play, Glengarry Glen Ross at the historic Masonic Temple located in beautiful downtown Asheville, NC to help celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of Mamet's Award-winning play.
Advanced tickets for the event are $15.00 and are available for pre-sale twenty-four hours prior to the event. Day-of ticket sales are $20.00 and will be available at the box office the day-of the event. At the box office on the day of the event, we will accept cash as well as credit cards (VISA & Mastercard only) and debit cards via Square.
We are also offering a Valentine's Day BOGO Promotion of Buy One Get One half off ($22.50 for two tickets) that is valid both for pre-sale and day-of the event.
Doors will open at 7:30pm and the show will begin at 8:00pm and will last to approximately 9:45pm with one intermission approximately 45 minutes into the play.
There is parking available both on the street and across from the Masonic Temple at the Hometrust Bank.
Glengarry Glen Ross is a play by David Mamet that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1984. The play shows parts of two days in the lives of four desperate Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to engage in any number of unethical, illegal acts from lies and flattery to bribery, threats, intimidation and burglary to sell undesirable real estate to unwitting prospective buyers. The play draws partly on Mamet's experiences in a Chicago real estate office, where he worked briefly in the late 1960s. The title of the play comes from the names of two of the real estate developments, Glengarry Highlands and Glen Ross Farms, being peddled by the salesmen characters.
The world premiere was at the National Theatre in London on September 21, 1983, where Bill Bryden's production in the Cottesloe was acclaimed as a triumph of ensemble acting.
The play opened on Broadway on March 25, 1984 and closed on February 17, 1985. The production was directed by Gregory Mosher and starred Joe Mantegna, Mike Nussbaum, Robert Prosky, Lane Smith, James Tolkan, Jack Wallace and J. T. Walsh. The production was nominated for four Tony awards including Best Play, Best Director, and two Best Featured Actor nominations for Robert Prosky and Joe Mantegna, who won the production's one Tony.
Asheville, NC Masonic Temple (View)
Asheville, NC 28801
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