"I thought I knew what to expect last week when I sat through the final table read and the first stumble through on stage, but I wasn’t prepared for its reality. I felt impaled against my chair back by the unbridled lust for power unleashed by the young actors as they embraced Mamet’s cold-blooded style,the predatory, rapid-fire tone and aggressive, unforgiving fury that lashes together most of his plays and embodiesthe corporate Armageddon of Glengarry Glen Ross. And yes, Swearingen tones down the “colorful language”while maintaining its roguish intent".
- Alexandra Bonifield - CriticalRant.com
If "Daffodil Girls" were Off-Broadway, it would be the hottest little show in NYC. But it's right here, in a tiny spot in Plano (Custer Rd, north of Bush Tollway) and you can and should see it this week. Director Jeff Swearingen's script (inspired by David Mamet's "Glengarry Glen Ross") is brilliant, his cast of young actresses nails it and you will laugh your cookies off at how this play mirrors the other one. "You're in kindergarten. Wait till you get to the real grades. THAT's when the pressure starts."
– Elaine Liner
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