A lesbian, a turkey lobbyist, and a Native American walk into the White House... it's not a bad joke, it's November by David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross). There's hilariously biting commentary on the state of the union, a politically incorrect (and possibly inept) president in the death throes of his failing re-election campaign, and some Thanksgiving turkey pardons for sale - so basically it's vintage Mamet. Please be aware that this play contains a good deal of adult language (which is also vintage Mamet).
Directed by: Troy Johnson
Charles Smith - Peter K. Owen
Archer Brown - Fred Pitts
A Representative of the National Association of Turkey and Turkey By-Products Manufacturers - Bill Davidovich
Clarice Bernstein - Stephanie Crowley
Dwight Grackle - James Devreaux Lewis
Executive Producer: Meredith Hagedorn
Company Manager: Jason Arias
Stage Manager: Anastasia Wirth
Set Designer: Jason Arias
Lighting Designer: Jeff Swan
Sound Designer: Lance Huntley
Costume Designer: Linda Olbourne
Box Office Manager: Katherine Goldman
Press: Kimberly Wadycki
November 22nd - December 15th, 2013
Thursdays – Saturdays @ 8pm, Sundays @ 2pm
Pay-What-You-Can Preview Thursday, November 21st at 8pm
Opening night gala November 22nd after the show
Talkback with the director and cast after the show on Sunday, December 8th
Buy your tickets today online or by leaving a voicemail at 650-493-2006 ext 2.
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There is now a FREE SHUTTLE to transport you from the County Parking Garage to downtown on Friday and Saturday nights.