Jeremy Shamos to Join Pacino and Cannavale in the Broadway Revival of ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’

Jeremy-ShamosWith Al Pacino and Bobby Cannavale starring, how could the revival of the upcoming revival of David Mamet‘s Glengarry Glen Ross get any better?

With the announcement today that our friend, Tony Nominee Jeremy Shamos, would be joining the cast as James Lingk.

It was also announced today that Emmy Award winner Richard Schiff will make his Broadway debut as George Aaronow and David Harbour, who recently appeared in The Merchant of Venice with Pacino, will play the role of John Williamson.

The show will begin rehearsals on Wednesday, September 12th, with previews beginning on Tuesday, October 16th and an official opening date set for Sunday, November 11th at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.  Tony Award-winning director, Daniel Sullivan(The Columnist, The Merchant of Venice, Time Stands Still, Proof) will direct.

And if you haven’t yet seen Jeremy in Clybourne Park, do yourself a favor and check it out. It’s fantastic!

Can’t wait to see this!


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