Old Globe impresario Jack O'Brien has sold his Mission Hills mansion, built a house in Connecticut, and is finally retiring after 26 years to spend more time directing Broadway hits and, most likely, collecting more Tonys. So he probably won't miss his relatively pedestrian Globe salary, including benefits, of $68,211. (That figure is as of 2005, the latest period for which an IRS return was available.) O'Brien's compensation was much less than the $254,258 paid his boss, Globe executive director Louis Spisto, who is set to become the Globe's chief executive officer and executive producer upon O'Brien's January departure. And resident artistic director Jerry Patch, who will share creative management duties with director Darko Tresnjak in the post-O'Brien era, got $93,079. Even flyman and stage carpenter Christian Thorsen received more than O'Brien, $79,630.