Written by David Mamet, Gate Theatre, Dublin. Until March 10

17th February, 2007

David Mamet’s American Buffalo has been dividing critics and audiences since it was first staged in Chicago, in 1975.

The Glengarry Glen Ross playwright has been applauded for his exploration of masculinity and his ability to capture the authenticity, idiosyncrasies and the humour of the every-day, American language of his time. His characters often speak in unfinished sentences and offer incomplete thoughts. Yet, when the right hands bring them to life, a rhythm emerges...

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