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Latest Harold Pinter Items
Serious theater fans have a reason to suddenly freak out: Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart will team up on Broadway this fall in two of the most iconic plays of the 20th century.
Serious theater fans have a reason to suddenly freak out: Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart will team up on Broadway this fall in two of the most iconic plays of the 20th century.
An Italian writer who has lived in hiding since exposing the violent world of the Naples mafia won a major freedom-of-speech prize on Monday.
The title of this memoir provides a poignant form of bookends to this account by popular biographer and mystery writer Lady Antonia Fraser of her relationship with playwright Harold Pinter.
In a review of two Harold Pinter plays, "The Collection" and "A Kind of Alaska," sent Nov. 23, The Associated Press misspelled the last names of the director and an actor. The director is Karen Kohlhaas and the actor is Larry Bryggman.
Harold Pinter described "The Hothouse" as "an odd mixture of laughter and chill," and that masterfully sums up his disquieting 1958 play that takes place on Christmas Day in a ministry-run mental institution where torture and rape are part of the therapy regimen.