"People who love Radiohead might come and get turned on to Pinter. You've got two great geniuses there talking to each other about similar themes," said Hodge. "If I get just a few more people in the theater who wouldn't have possibly turned their head to that kind of writing before, it will be a real success."
"The play is a very poetic, free-flowing piece and it needs help in explaining and I think sometime the way music fugues and goes back in on itself - the way Thom writes - almost elucidates some of those themes in the play. It just seemed a perfect fit," Hodge said.