Glengarry Glen Ross is a play by David Mamet that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1984. The play shows parts of two days in the lives of four desperate Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to engage in any number of unethical, illegal acts—from lies and flattery to bribery, threats, intimidation and burglary—to sell undesirable real estate to unwitting prospective buyers.

The world premiere was at the National Theatre in London on September 21, 1983 and the play opened on Broadway on March 25, 1984 at the John Golden Theatre, and closed on February 17, 1985 after 378 performances. 

Written by: David Mamet
Directed by: Martin McSharry
Set Design by: Martin McSharry
Lighting Designed by: Mick Drane

Producer: Lyn Harris
Stage Manager: Stephen Beggs


Directed by Martin McSharry and starring half-a-dozen of our best talents, it manages to blend a whole array of emotions into an entertaining yet challenging mix that, with its down to earth approach, stylish attention to detail and high level of acting remains wholly believable throughout.
— Heather Moore | Belfast News Letter