A Life In The Theatre Broadway tickets is available this fall on Broadway. The original Mamet 1977 comedy is making its Broadway debut after a successful run in London's West End. The production is set for a strict 15 week limited run from October 12, 2010 for a 15-week run, through January 2, 2011. Previews will start on September 21st, 2010 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. The two character play stars Patrick Stewart and T.R. Knight. Stewart also played in London's 2005 Apollo Theatre production. David Mamet has found great success as a playwright on Broadway. His recent works include American Buffalo, Speed The Plow and Race. Born in Chicago on November 30, 1947 he was a founding member of the Atlantic Theater Company. He swiftly achieved recognition for three of his off-Broadway plays in 1976, The Duck Variations, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, and American Buffalo. He has become popular as an American author, litterateur, playwright, screenwriter and motion picture director. He is won the Pulitzer Prize for Glengarry Glen Ross in 1984. It would be produced for Broadway in 2005. He is also a well received screenwriter for the big screen with Oscar nominations for The Verdict (1982) and Wag the Dog (1997). A Life In The Theatre Broadway tickets is sure to find huge success along The Great White Way. The Story A Life In The Theatre Broadway is a comedy based on the playwrights early work in acting. It is a behind-the-scenes look at his experience of coming into the theatrical arts, fighting for the spotlight and having to share not only the stage but the amenities. Robert, played by Stewart, is an older and seemingly wiser thespian. John, played by Knight, is the new kid on the block, a hopeful actor from the up-and-coming generation. Their working and personal relationship start off on the right foot. John admires Robert and looks up to him for guidance as a mentor. As the play progresses through, John eventually finds flaws in not only Robert's acting chops but in his teaching. As the two become involved in a few different productions together their feelings towards one another gradually begin to turn. Mamet is well respected for his writing style, especially in dialogue. Critics admire is unique use of overlapping, constant interruption and sentences, which fizzle out before being finished to having deemed the term "Mamet speak." The cynical and jittery writing style creates a characteristic effect, one which is present in this revival most notably the use of his two-part harmony. With A Life In The Theatre Broadway tickets for the premiere the audiences will be treated to seeing the fresh life which he brings to the stage. The latest production is directed by Neil Pepe, who directed the celebrated revival of Mamet's Speed-The-Plow last season. The production team includes Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel and Steve Traxler, who were behind Broadway's recent Speed-The-Plow and the present Mamet play Race. Now is your chance to grab some A Life In The Theatre Broadway tickets and catch two extremely brilliant actors deliver great amusement and laughs on the big stage! The author is the webmaster for a New York City entertainment site which writes reviews and content about every show in the city including Great Ways To Get A Life In The Theatre Broadway Tickets to a performance. His online content cover every musical and play and has advice for ways to get A Life In The Theatre Broadway news.