Cole ("Entourage," "The West Wing"), who was originally set to portray Roma, has bowed out of the production due to family illness, according to the Seattle Rep website. Glengarry cast member Wright (Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Below the Belt, Becky's New Car) will vacate his original role of Dave Moss in order to succeed Cole. A replacement for Wright has not been named.
Wilson Milam will direct the Pulitzer Prize-winning play that is scheduled to run Feb. 5-28 in the Bagley Wright Theatre.
The cast also includes John Alyward (Shelley Levene), Charles Leggett (James Lingk), Ian Bell (Baylen), Russel Hodgkinson (George Aaronow) and MJ Sieber (John Williamson).
Seattle Rep press notes read: "In David Mamet's cutthroat world of real estate all that matters is the sale. In the midst of a high stakes sales competition, a group of tough-talking Chicago agents will do anything to close a deal and stay in the game—blackmail, bribery or even burglary." Glengarry Glen Ross premiered on Broadway in 1984, receiving Tony nominations for Best Play and Best Director. Joe Mantegna earned the Tony for Best Featured Actor in a Play and Glengarry went on to win the Pulitzer Prize in Drama. The 2005 revival earned a Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.
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Founded in 1963, Seattle Repertory Theatre was awarded the 1990 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre. With an emphasis on entertaining plays of true dramatic and literary worth, Seattle Rep produces a subscription season of plays along with educational programs, new play workshops and special presentations.