February 20-23, 2008
A play by David Mamet
Light Board and Posters: Tyler Williams '08
The New York Times’ Ben Brantley wrote "[it] feels like having espresso pumped directly into your bloodstream." Brimming with intense, crackling dialogue, Glengarry Glen Ross reveals the dark underside of the American Dream.
It should be noted that the character of Baylen was played by two different men throughout the run of Glengarry Glen Ross. Patrick McAlister '10 was originally cast in the role. He went through the six weeks of rehearsal and performed the first two nights. Friday afternoon, he had a minor medical emergency that caused him to be unable to perform. Nelson Barre '08 quickly filled in Patrick's shoes. However, the evening of Patrick's illness was also the night Dr. Z chose to take pictures of the production. The image in the photo album with Patrick as Baylen was taken earlier in the week at a dress rehearsal by Jim Amidon.
Cody Grady '10
Scenic Designer's Notes
Costume Designer's Notes