November Broadway Show
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November on Broadway
Starring Tony Award winner Nathan Lane as President Charles Smith, Laurie Metcalf as presidential aide Clarice Bernstein, and Dylan Baker as presidential advisor Archer Brown, November will reunite Mamet with Tony Award-winning director Joe Mantello, with whom Mamet collaborated on the Tony Award-winning revival of Glengarry Glen Ross.
“Impeccably politically incorrect! NOVEMBER is giddy fun, thanks to the masterly Nathan Lane. But not all the credit belongs to Broadway’s current maestro of the aggressive putdown and the aggrieved double take. Much the same virtuosity is shown by a suavely buttoned-down Dylan Baker and a hysterically buttoned-up Laurie Metcalf, all three directed with metronomic brilliance by Joe Mantello.”
- Clive Barnes, The New York Post
“A laugh machine! NOVEMBER allows mainstream theatergoers to feel comfortable with Mr. Mamet in a way they haven’t before, and the audience provides a wall-to-wall laugh track.”
- Ben Brantley, The New York Times
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Set just days before a presidential election, November, a new play by Pulitzer Prize-winner David Mamet, proves, once and for all, there’s no lower place than the highest office in the land, as the incumbent Commander-In-Chief must try to get a grip on such issues as lesbian marriage, Indian casinos, preposterous pardons and questionable campaign contributions, without losing his grip on the Oval Office.
Two hours, including one intermission
Joe Mantello (Direction)
Scott Pask (Scenic Design)
Laura Bauer (Costume Design)
Paul Gallo (Lighting Design)
David Mamet (Playwright)