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No place like home in Harold Pinter's 'The Room'

Though written in 1957, Harold Pinter's "The Room" — his first produced script — might well be the best thing to see to understand the U.K.'s Brexit vote earlier this year. In Dado's staging for A Red Orchid Theatre, it's also a fine choice for those who seek seasonal chills without overt gore....
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Julian Sands, from 'Dragon Tattoo' to Harold Pinter

Arts : Culture Monster

"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" actor Julian Sands talks about Harold Pinter. Sands is currently tackling the life and writing of Pinter in a new one-man show concluding its limited run Sunday at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble.

REVIEW: The Betrayal | Cremorne Theatre, Brisbane

Arts / Theater & Performing Arts : Curtain Call

I’ve been a fan of the works of Harold Pinter for many a year. His trademark economic use of dialogue is such a pleasure when so many of modern theatre’s scripts tend to tell us the story, rather than show us. The fact that you know...

Comedy To Harold Pinter: Who’s Who in London’s Theatrical Nomenclature

England / London : Londonist

As of 13 October, London’s Comedy Theatre will be no more. In honour of the late, Nobel Prize-winning playwright, the Comedy will now be called the Harold Pinter Theatre. Seven of Pinter’s plays have been staged at the venue in the ...

The Lover Serves Up Timeless Conundrums at A Red Orchid Theatre

United States / Chicago : A/C

Harold Pinter's story, originally written and performed in 1963, is simple enough: man nor woman just ain't meant for domestication. Bovine we are not, and the idea of living out day-to-day matrimonial obligation is as appealing as ...

Unknown Harold Pinter Script To Premiere, 33 Years After It Was Written

Arts : Modern Art Notes

“The work, discarded by Pinter when plans to make it into a film fell through, has been adapted for radio by the film and stage director Sir Richard Eyre.”


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