Bold, Hilarious, Scurrilous Political Satire
By David Mamet
Directed by Sanford Robbins
Scenic & Lighting Design by Kevin Rigdon
Costume Design by Blair Gulledge
Sound Design by Pierre Dupree
Recommended for mature audiences due to
language and thematic content.
August 24 through September 23, 2012
TUE - THU, SUN evenings 7:30 p.m.
FRI and SAT evenings 8 p.m.
SAT and SUN matinees 2:30 p.m.
Run time is approx. 1 hour., 30 min.,
including 1 intermission
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Groups of 10 or more
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As the 2012 Presidential election campaign continues, David Mamet’s November offers audiences a fiendishly funny, over-the-top, no-holds-barred take on American politics. Unfolding in one day, just days before a national election and with poll numbers “lower than Gandhi’s cholesterol,” President Charles Smith, the most corrupt and inept buffoon to sit in the Oval Office, sets his sight on a second-term. With his usual acerbic wit and edgy social commentary, Mamet’s latest masterpiece is a gleeful cornucopia of corruption and political incorrectness full of shady backroom schemes like Thanksgiving turkeys awaiting pardon and an American Indian lobbyist who wants to turn Nantucket into a gambling resort, that will leave you laughing out loud. “Extremely funny” (The New York Times), November “rollicks from one politically incorrect punch line to the next” (San Francisco Chronicle).
Listen to Jeffrey Bean talk about November on "The Front Row"
"Funny, fast and gleefully irreverent"
Houston Chronicle review, August 30, 2012
"Madcap and irreverent"
Broadway World review, August 30, 2012
David Mamet's November Doesn't Respect Any Politicians, Its Director Promises
Houston Press Art Attack Blog, August 28, 2012
Mamet plays politics for laughs with 'November'
Houston Chronicle, August 24, 2012
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