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Op-Ed: David Mamet Play to premiere at Theater Rhino, San Francisco Special

San Francisco - There is something about a David Mamet play that pulls at people's heart-strings and challenges the thoughts of many minds not only in the audience but also for the actors.

David Mamet daughters fail to get public funding for music video

The Cabin Sisters, a two woman band made up of the daughters of playwright David Mamet, Clara and Zosia, have fallen short of an attempt to get funding to make a music video. They sought online donations but it didn't work out.

Review: David Mamet's frank but unsatisfying 'Race' premieres in Toronto Special

Toronto - If David Mamet's “Race” were a musical, its big closing number would probably be “Everyone's a Little Bit Racist” from “Avenue Q”. It's a shame Mamet's play never quite reaches that tune's level of insight into humanity's tribal tendencies.

Canadian Stage director Daniel Brooks takes on racy Mamet play Special

Toronto - “I'm a good liberal, and I've always made a lot of assumptions about my own liberal purity,” says director Daniel Brooks. “I haven't thought a lot about race, and I thought this would be a great opportunity to enter a discussion about it.”

Review: Pacino and Mirren star in HBO's controversial Phil Spector flick Special

David Mamet's Phil Spector film has sparked controversy because of the nature of Spector's crime and Mamet's belief that his subject never got an even break.

U.S. writer David Mamet to helm 'Have Gun - Will Travel' remake

Los Angeles - American playwright David Mamet, known more for edgy dialogue than plot, will executive produce a series for CBS based upon one of TV's first Westerns. Mamet will also direct and take part in the writing of the pilot episode of 'Have Gun - Will Travel.'

Review: David Mamet's 'Homicide' still a masterpiece

New York - David Mamet has won many plaudits for his literary works, including screenplays, but this unheralded bijou is surely his masterpiece.

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Lawyer Jack Lawson (Jason Priestley) enlightens his assistant  Susan (Cara Ricketts)  on a few point...
Lawyer Jack Lawson (Jason Priestley) enlightens his assistant, Susan (Cara Ricketts), on a few points in CanStage's production of David Mamet's "Race".
David Hou, Canadian Stage

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