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Soulpepper's GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS Extends Through 6/9

Albert Schultz, Founding Artistic Director of Soulpepper Theatre Company, today announced that due to popular demand‚ the critically acclaimed production of Glengarry Glen Ross currently on stage will be extended to June 12, 2010. Four performances have been added: Monday June 7th at 7:30 pm, Wednesday June 9 at 7:30pm and Saturday June 12 at 1:30pm and 7:30pm.

Glengarry Glen Ross is directed by David Storch and features Eric Peterson as Shelley Levene and Albert Schultz as Ricky Roma along with Kevin Bundy as James Lingk, Peter Donaldson as Dave Moss, Stephen Guy-McGrath as Baylen, Jordan Pettle as John Williamson, and Soulpepper Founding Member William Webster as George Aaranow.

Glengarry Glen Ross runs until June 12th at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, located at 55 Mill Street, Building 49, in the Distillery Historic District. Tickets range from $52 - $70 (students $29) and are available by calling the Young Centre box office at 416.866.8666 or by visiting soulpepper.ca. $20 tickets are available for 21-30 year-olds at stageplay.ca. StagePlay is sponsored by TD Bank Financial Group.

Glengarry Glen Ross was made possible in part with support from the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund. 2010 Soulpepper Lead Sponsors are: Sun Life Financial, Scotiabank Group and TELUS. Soulpepper gratefully acknowledges annual operating support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and the Toronto Arts Council.

Soulpepper Theatre Company is an artist-founded, classical repertory theatre company with a three-tiered mandate: to present the world's greatest stories in vital Canadian interpretations; to train a new generation of theatre artists; and to inspire and enrich youth through mentorship and access programs.

 




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