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Written by David Mamet
Directed by Ralph Remington
March 13 - 28, 2020
$10 Previews / $25 All other performances

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By depicting a power struggle between two self-absorbed individuals with differing viewpoints, the play makes a statement about the ambiguity surrounding sexual harassment and how perception of reality is often filtered through one’s experiences. This powerful drama explores the destructiveness of miscommunication and the confronts the reality of gender dynamics in the #MeToo era.


"A seething investigation of "political correctness" in a time when the nation's morality has been tested by increased incidents of sexual harassment. OLEANNA is likely to provoke more arguments than any play this year." —NY Times

"... stimulating and speculative subject matter; making it stay with you long after curtain call." - Broadway World

"... challenging, compelling, and ... uncomfortably relevant." - Broadstreetreview.com


David Mamet headshot_OleannaDavid Mamet was born in Chicago in 1947. He studied at Goddard College in Vermont and at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater in New York. He has taught at Goddard College, the Yale Drama School and New York University and lectures at New York's Atlantic Theater Company, of which he is a founding member. He is the author of the plays "The Cryptogram," "Oleanna," "Speed-the-Plow," Legendary Glen Ross," American Buffalo," and Sexual Perversity in Chicago." He has also written screenplays for such films as "House of Games" and the Oscar-nominated "The Verdict," as well as "The Spanish Prisoner," "The Winslow Boy," and "Wag the Dog." His plays have won the Pulitzer Prize and the Obie Award.