The Water Engine & Mr. Happiness

The Water Engine & Mr. Happiness
November 2001
Two plays by David Mamet
Directed by Glenn Havlan
 
at The Randall Museum Theatre

“Mr. Happiness” is a cracked radio advice program. David Mamet wrote these plays in the mid-80’s, about the same time as “American Buffalo,” “A Life in the Theatre” and “Glengarry  Glen Ross.”

“The Water Engine” is a drama – part radio play and part stage play – about an inventor struggling to keep control of his creation.

Five performances:
November 13 – 17, 2001
at The Randall Museum Theatre

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