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CONFIRMED: Al Pacino-Led GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS Revival to Play Schoenfeld Theatre; Opening Set for Nov. 11

Al Pacino is an eight-time Academy Award® nominee. After having received Best Actor nominations for And Justice for All, The Godfather Part II, Dog day Afternoon, and Serpico (which also earned him a Golden Globe Award), Pacino won an Oscar® for Best Actor for his performance in Scent of a Woman (for which he also won a Golden Globe Award). He received three Oscar® nominations as Best Supporting Actor for his roles in The Godfather, Dick Tracy, and Glengarry Glen Ross. He won an Emmy® and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Roy Cohn in HBO's award-winning adaptation of Angels in America. He also won an Emmy® for playing Dr. Kevorkian in the HBO film You Don't Know Jack.

Among Pacino's more than forty feature film credits are: Righteous Kill, 88 Minutes, Ocean's 13, Two for the Money, Merchant of Venice, Insomnia, Simone, The Insider, Any given Sunday, Donnie Brasco, The Devil's Advocate, Two Bits, Heat, City Hall, Carlito's Way, People I Know, The Recruit, Scarface, Author! Author!, Bobby Deerfield, and Scarecrow. He made his film debut in 1971 in The Panic In Needle Park.

He recently completed filming Stand Up Guys, directed by Fisher Stevens and co-starring Christopher Walken.

David Mamet, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Glengarry Glen Ross, will be represented on Broadway this fall with The Anarchist, starring Patti LuPone and Debra Winger. He was last represented on Broadway with the critically acclaimed Race, which he also directed. He has also written Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Lakeboat, The Water Engine, The Duck Variations, Reunion, The Blue Hour, The Shawl, Bobby Gould in Hell, Edmond, Romance, The Old Neighborhood and the recent adaptation of The Voysey Inheritance. A two-time Academy Award nominee for The Verdict and Wag the Dog, Mamet's additional film credits include The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Untouchables, Hoffa, Ronin, The Edge, and We're No Angels. His nonfiction work includes The Wicked Son, True and False, and Bambi vs. Godzilla. He is a member of New York's Atlantic Theater Company, which he founded in 1985 with William H. Macy.

Daniel Sullivan is currently represented by The Columnist. Other directorial credits for MTC include: Time Stands Still, Accent on Youth, Rabbit Hole, Brooklyn Boy, Sight Unseen, Proof and In Real Life. Among his other Broadway credits are The Merchant of Venice; The Homecoming; Prelude to a Kiss; Julius Caesar; Morning's at Seven; Major Barbara; I'm Not Rappaport; A Moon for the Misbegotten; The Heidi Chronicles; Conversations With My Father; Ah, Wilderness!; and The Sisters Rosensweig. Among his Off-Broadway credits are The Night Watcher, Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Intimate Apparel, Stuff Happens, Far East, Spinning Into Butter, Dinner With Friends. From 1981 to 1997, he served as artistic director of Seattle Repertory Theatre. Sullivan is the Swanlund Professor of Theatre at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.


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