PLAYREADINGS AT THE PLAYHOUSE
Playreadings are open to the public and free of charge. It's a great way to enjoy an evening, whether seeing an old play or something new. An interesting audience discussion generally follows the performance.
READINGS BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 7:30 PM.
Monday, July 28th at 7:30 PM
Free of charge, donations accepted.
Light refreshments will be provided.
By: David Mamet
Directed by: Michael Tota
Produced by: Alexandra Laks
Don: Rupert Ravens
Teach: Ray Proletti
Bob: Jon Rothman
Donny, the owner of a small-time pawnshop, and Bobby, his drug-addicted sidekick and gofer, are planning a burglary. Bobby has already messed up the stakeout, and Donny tries to teach him about “good business,” but Donny loves Bobby and wants to take care of him, so he’s not too angry. When another friend, Teach, comes in and hears them talking about the burglary, he wants in, but he wants Bobby out. This sets off a conflagration of mistrust among the three men, which may or may not involve double-dealing and lies. Their friendships are tested against the background of doing business.
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