This play dramatizes the old adage that people who talk the most with authority about something are the ones most likely to know the least about it. Two old men discuss the ways of ducks and life, making observations that are profoundly hilarious.
Published with Sexual Perversity in Chicago.
- Winner! 1976 Obie Award for Best New American Play
"The most acute ear for dialogue of any American writer since J.D. Salinger." - Village Voice
"Mamet's exchanges show an awesome fidelity to the visceral way a conversation can chase its tail, overlap, fade out, or double back on itself." - The Chicago Reader
- Intense Adult Themes
- Minimum Fee: $45 per performance
$100 with companion piece
- Duration: 40 minutes
- Setting: A park on the edge of a big city on a lake.
An afternoon around Easter.
GEORGE S. ARONOVITZ
- All Male
- Strong Role for Leading Man (Star Vehicle)