(photo credit: Stan Barouh)

Speed-the-Plow

by David Mamet
Directed by Jerry Whiddon

Starring Peter Birkenhead, Danton Stone and Meghan Grady

October 18 - November 25, 2007

"Fast-paced, brutal…compulsively watchable" - The Washington Post

 "electrifying, engrossing and exciting" - Marilou Donahue, Artistically Speaking

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 David Mamet's quick-silver comedy about getting films green-lighted in Hollywood shows no need for botox or silicone. A masterwork skewering "the business" of making movies. Speed-the-Plow is a hilarious vivisection of jealousy, power-grabbing, and the American dream of material transformation. Starring Broadway veterans Danton Stone and Peter Birkenhead as moguls on the make, and up-and-coming star Meghan Grady as the temporary secretary with an agenda all her own. This play contains mature language. The play runs one hour and fifty minutes.

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