By act two, Marlene is well-established in the firm.
“It tells of how she treats other women on her way to the top,” Flicker said.
The work concludes showing Marlene with her family in the north of England.
“It explores the choices she’s made and what she had to give up to become the top girl,” Flicker said. “It’s a beautiful play.”
“Glengarry Glen Ross” is presented March 16 through 30. “Top Girls” runs April 27 through May 18.
Finally, the Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre presents a musical production of Mordecai Richler’s classic “The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz” June 8 through 29.
Steven Howell is the author of Montreal Essential Guide, a Sutro Media iPhone travel app available at iTunes.com.IF YOU GO The Segal Centre for Performing Arts is at 5170 Chemin Cote St. Catherine, Montreal. Season subscriptions and individual tickets are now available. Call (514) 739-7944 or visit www.segalcentre.org for more information.