Written by David Mamet Directed by Paul Nelson
A junk shop. Three small-time crooks plot to carry out the midnight robbery of a coin collection. In the hours leading up to the heist, friendship becomes the victim in a conflict between loyalty and business.
Described as being one of the best American plays, American Buffalo by David Mamet, is a portrait of no-hopers planning a robbery with catastrophic results. This play is a close observation of street life and about characters that have been failed by the American Dream. Funny and brutal, the magnificence of this play rests on its metaphorical richness.
This play contains very strong and frequently explicit language.
Don: Barry Gunner
Teach: Gavin Rand
Bob: Bobi Ichev
- Wednesday 11th to Saturday 14th March 2020, 7.45pm
BLTC Studio Production - Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle
- Saturday 21st March 2020, 7.45pm
The Improvised Play Company - Unpredictive Text
- Monday 30th March to Saturday 4th April 2020, 7.45pm
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- Tuesday 7th & Wednesday 8th April 2020, 8.00pm
ImpAct Theatre: Nightfall by Joanna Murray-Smith