David Mamet - Works


Mamet is credited as writer of these works except where noted.

Year Plays Films Books
  • The Duck Variations
  • Lone Canoe
  • Sexual Perversity in Chicago
  • Squirrels
  • American Buffalo
  • Reunion
  • The Water Engine
  • A Life in the Theatre
  • The Revenge of the Space Pandas, or Binky Rudich and the Two-Speed Clock
  • Mr. Happiness
  • The Woods
  • The Blue Hour
  • Lakeboat (revision)
  • The Postman Always Rings Twice
  • Edmond
  • The Verdict
  • The Frog Prince
  • Glengarry Glen Ross
  • The Shawl
  • Goldberg Street: Short Plays and Monologues
  • The Poet & The Rent
  • About Last Night...
  • House of Games (director)
  • The Untouchables
  • Black Widow (actor only)
  • Writing in Restaurants
  • Speed-the-Plow
  • Things Change (director)
  • Bobby Gould In Hell
  • We're No Angels
  • Homicide (director)
  • On Directing Film
  • Oleanna
  • Hoffa (producer)
  • Glengarry Glen Ross
  • The Cabin: Reminiscence and Diversions
  • The Cryptogram
  • Oleanna (director)
  • Vanya on 42nd Street
  • The Village
  • American Buffalo
  • Make-Believe Town: Essays and Remembraces
  • The Old Neighborhood
  • Wag the Dog
  • The Spanish Prisoner (director)
  • The Edge
  • The Old Religion
  • Ronin (writer)
  • Three Uses of the Knife
  • Boston Marriage
  • The Winslow Boy (director)
  • True and False: Heresy and Common Sense for the Actor
  • The Chinaman (poems)The Chinaman
  • Jafsie and John Henry: Essays
  • Lakeboat
  • State and Main (director)
  • Wilson: A Consideration of the Sources
  • Hannibal
  • Heist (director)
  • South of the Northeast Kingdom
  • Faustus
  • Spartan (director)
  • Romance
  • The Voysey Inheritance (adaptation)
  • Edmond
  • The Wicked Son: Anti-Semitism, Self-hatred, and the Jews
  • Keep Your Pantheon
  • November
  • Bambi Vs. Godzilla: On the Nature, Purpose, and Practice of the Movie Business
  • The Vikings and Darwin
  • A Waitress in Yellowstone
  • Redbelt (director)
  • Race
  • School
  • The Prince of Providence
  • Come Back to Sorrento
  • Theatre
  • The Trials of Roderick Spode (The Human Ant)
  • The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture
  • The Anarchist

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