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Albany Civic Theater presents David Mamet's "American Buffalo"

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This morning we will meet two Albany Civic Theater cast members to discuss their production of David Mamet’s American Buffalo running May 5 -May 21.

With sparse action and vivid dialogue, this play examines mistrust and dishonesty among the conspirators in an aborted burglary. Don Dubrow, the owner of a junk shop where the action takes place, decides to steal a customer's coin collection when he feels that he has been bested in a transaction involving a buffalo nickel.

Cast members David Rook (playing Teach) and Evan Jones (playing Don) join us this morning. Evan is also the President of Albany Civic Theatre’s board.

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