BUSAN, South Korea -- This weekend heralds the return of the Busan English Theatre Association with a production of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize winning play Glengarry Glen Ross. The controversial play, showcases the hard-hitting style and grit of a group of real estate agents who will do just about anything to close a deal. The play, later made popular by a movie adaptation starring Al Pacino and Alec Baldwin, featured an all male cast and some spectacularly vulgar language. Set in 1980âs Chicago, a flailing office of fading salesmen is shaken up by the arrival of a greed-mad shark from downtown. With blood in the water, the shark tells the failing team to start closing or start packing. It's every man for themselves as they betray, backstab, and cheat their way to survival.