The stars are aligning to share the stage with Al Pacino in David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross: Tony nominee David Harbour, Emmy winner Richard Schiff and Tony nominee Jeremy Shamos have joined the cast of the Broadway revival, joining previously announced co-star Bobby Cannavale. Glengarry Glen Ross will begin previews at the Schoenfeld Theatre on October 16 and open on November 11, directed by Daniel Sullivan.
Set in a Chicago real estate office, Glengarry Glen Ross exposes the depths men will sink to in their cutthroat quest to win a sales contest. Pacino stars as over-the-hill salesman Shelly Levene, with Cannavale as cocky salesman Ricky Roma. Harbour will play John Williamson, Schiff has been cast as George Aaronow and Shamos will play James Lingk.
Harbour, who appeared alongside Pacino in The Merchant of Venice, received a Tony nomination for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Other Broadway credits include The Invention of Love and The Coast of Utopia. Harbour's many screen credits include a recurring role in HBO’s The Newsroom, Revolutionary Road, Kinsey, Brokeback Mountain and State of Play.
Schiff is best known for his Emmy-winning performance as Toby Ziegler on The West Wing and has appeared in more than 50 films. Recent stage credits include London productions of Underneath the Lintel and Smash and a McCarter Theatre production of Talley’s Folley.
Shamos received a 2012 Tony nomination for Clybourne Park and has appeared on Broadway in Elling, Reckless and The Rivals. His off-Broadway credits include Animals Out of Paper, Engaged, We Live Here, Corpus Christi, 100 Saints You Should Know, Gutenberg! The Musical and many more.