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Limited standing-room tickets are available for purchase only at the box office of the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 West 45th Street) on a same-day, rush basis. They are priced $37 each, with a limit of two per person. These tickets are only available for purchase during the two hours prior to curtain of any given performance.
The production, which began previews Oct. 19, recently pushed back its opening night to Dec. 8. The producers also recently announced that the limited run has been extended through Jan. 20, 2013.
Directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, The Merchant of Venice, The Columnist), this limited run marks the 30th year anniversary of the play, which Mamet wrote in 1982.
The cast is headed by Oscar winner Al Pacino with John C. McGinley, David Harbour, Richard Schiff, Jeremy Shamos, Bobby Cannavale and Murphy Guyer.
The play won the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Two-time Tony winner Pacino, who plays Shelly Levene, won his Tonys for The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel and Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie? (to say nothing of his Oscar for "Scent of a Woman"); McGinley, playing Dave Moss, starred in TV's "Scrubs"; Harbour, playing John Williamson, is a Tony Award nominee for the 2005 revival of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and appeared with Pacino in The Merchant of Venice (he's also a recurring character on TV's "The Newsroom"); Schiff, who won an Emmy Award for playing Toby Zeigler on the hit TV series "The West Wing," makes his Broadway debut playing George Aaronow; Shamos, a 2012 Tony nominee for Clybourne Park, plays James Lingk; Tony and Emmy nominee Cannavale (The Motherf**ker With the Hat, Mauritius, "Nurse Jackie") plays Richard "Ricky" Roma; and Guyer, who has been seen on Broadway in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, South Pacific, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial and The Graduate, is Baylen.
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The creative team includes set designer Eugene Lee (A Streetcar Named Desire, The Homecoming, Wicked), costume designer Jess Goldstein (Newsies, The Rivals, The Merchant of Venice) and lighting designer James F. Ingalls (The People in the Picture, The Elephant Man, 'night Mother).
Glengarry Glen Ross is produced by Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Jam Theatricals, Luigi & Rose Caiola, Gutterman Chernoff, Universal Pictures Stage Productions, Amy & Phil Mickelson, Patty Baker, Mark S. Golub & David S. Golub, Ken Greiner, Meg Herman, Kathleen K. Johnson, Stephanie McClelland, Harvey Weinstein, James Fuld Jr./Kirmser Ponturo Fund, Kit Seidel/Myla Lerner, Will Trice, and GFour Productions.
Pacino starred in a film version of Glengarry. He earned an Academy Award nomination for playing the fierce Roma. The drama has had two earlier lives on Broadway (in 1984 and 2005).
The drama known for its rapid-fire dialogue and profane language was first produced on Broadway in 1984 under the direction of Gregory Mosher following London and Chicago runs. The drama was later adapted by Mamet for the 1992 film starring Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alan Arkin, Ed Harris and Kevin Spacey. (Pacino won his Best Actor Oscar in 1993, for "Scent of a Woman," in the same year he was nominated for the "Glengarry" film supporting role.)
Read about the original 1984 Broadway production of Glengarry Glen Ross, which was nominated for the Best Play Tony, in PlaybillVault.com.
Tickets for the revival are on sale at Telecharge.com and (212) 239-6200.