Program is for the play by David Mamet. The play is a satirical examination of the American movie business. It follows Bobby Gould, the newly appointed head of production at a major Hollywood studio, and his longtime associate Charlie Fox who has a new script that could give them success in the industry. As they dream of their future, the two business men place a bet on who will be able to sleep with Karen, their temporary secretary, first. The play was directed by Jack de Vries and ran December 1998. Program was created by the Whittier College Theatre Department.
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Whittier College. (1998). Speed-The-Plow (December 1998). Retrieved from https://poetcommons.whittier.edu/theatreprod_programs/144