In Lakeboat, eight crew members aboard a merchant ship exchange their wild fantasies about sex, gambling, and violence. Michael Feingold in the Village Voice praised Lakeboat for its "richly overheard talk and its loopy, funny construction."
In Edmond, a man set morally adrift leaves an unfulfilling marriage to find sex, adventure, companionship, and, ultimately, the meaning of his existence. Jack Kroll of Newsweek called Edmond "a riveting theatrical experience that illuminates the heart of darkness."
One of America's most celebrated playwrights, David Mamet is the author of Glengarry Glen Ross, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize, as well as American Buffalo, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, A Life in the Theatre, and other plays and screenplays.