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Saturday, April 01, 2006

Business Ethics Cements a Theatre Season

Business Ethics magazine's e-mail edition reports that the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre is doing three plays on business ethics this year!

The trilogy features Garson Kanin's 1946 comedy "Born Yesterday," about an uncouth business tycoon going to Washington, D.C., to buy political favors; David Mamet's comedy "Glengarry Glen Ross," about a "shark tank that masquerades as a real estate sales office"; and "The Voysey Inheritance," a 1905 drama that looks at a family's lucrative business and the attempts by a member of the younger generation to reform the company's dishonest practices.

I couldn't find this on the magazine's site, so far.

But is that cool, or what?


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