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Northwest Herald
'Mary Page Marlowe' memorable at Steppenwolf TheaterOsage County”). The 85-minute play captivates with humor and sensitivity from b
'Mary Page Marlowe' memorable at Steppenwolf Theater
Northwest Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Osage County”). The 85-minute play captivates with humor and sensitivity from beginning to end. Somewhat reminiscent of a Harold Pinter play, “Mary Page Marlowe” travels back and forth in a non-linear chronology to illustrate the moments in... Read more
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Evening Standard
The Flick, review: Pauses so long, even Pinter would have been twitchyThe silences! The pauses! That section where the two onstage cast members are b
The Flick, review: Pauses so long, even Pinter would have been twitchy
Evening Standard / Posted 11 days ago
The silences! The pauses! That section where the two onstage cast members are barely visible and totally inaudible! Even Harold Pinter would have got twitchy. It’s tempting, not least for the sake of congratulating ourselves on our endurance, to... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The 100 best nonfiction books: No 12 – Awakenings by Oliver Sacks (1973)extraordinary narrative continues to reverberate. Awakenings has inspired shor
The 100 best nonfiction books: No 12 – Awakenings by Oliver Sacks (1973)
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 days ago
extraordinary narrative continues to reverberate. Awakenings has inspired short stories, poems, novels and plays, notably Harold Pinter’s A Kind of Alaska. Its central themes – falling asleep, being turned to stone, being awakened, decades later,... Read more
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The Forward
Arnold Wesker, British Playwright Dubbed ‘Bard of Working Class,’ Dies at 83upsetting, but in a strange way there was so much love around, it overshadowed
Arnold Wesker, British Playwright Dubbed ‘Bard of Working Class,’ Dies at 83
The Forward / Posted 17 days ago
upsetting, but in a strange way there was so much love around, it overshadowed the distress.” The Post likened Wesker to Harold Pinter and credited him with helping “broaden the appeal of theater to a new generation.” However, it said his work... Read more
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The Forward
Arnold Wesker, British Playwright Dubbed ‘Bard of Working Class,’ Dies at 82upsetting, but in a strange way there was so much love around, it overshadowed
Arnold Wesker, British Playwright Dubbed ‘Bard of Working Class,’ Dies at 82
The Forward / Posted 17 days ago
upsetting, but in a strange way there was so much love around, it overshadowed the distress.” The Post likened Wesker to Harold Pinter and credited him with helping “broaden the appeal of theater to a new generation.” However, it said his work... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Prolific British playwright Arnold Wesker dies at age 83was part of a wave of new voices who took on all subjects, the "kitchen sink" o
Prolific British playwright Arnold Wesker dies at age 83
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 18 days ago
was part of a wave of new voices who took on all subjects, the "kitchen sink" of drama. Together with playwrights like Harold Pinter, Wesker helped broaden the appeal of theater to a new generation. His plays have experienced a revival of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Samuel Beckett in Paris: a luminous emptinessat the Les Trois Mosquetaires. He visited casinos with Thomas MacGreevy and in
Samuel Beckett in Paris: a luminous emptiness
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
at the Les Trois Mosquetaires. He visited casinos with Thomas MacGreevy and in his trusty Citroen he once drove a stunned Harold Pinter from bar to bar at breakneck speed. Beckett was also of course a great walker, he criss-crossed Paris time and... Read more
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The Age
Politics belongs in the theatre: David Hare, British gadfly, comes to Melbourneworked as literary manager at the cutting-edge Royal Court Theatre. It was home
Politics belongs in the theatre: David Hare, British gadfly, comes to Melbourne
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
worked as literary manager at the cutting-edge Royal Court Theatre. It was home base for writers such as John Osborne and Harold Pinter. "Every one of them was extremely volatile, touchy, always flying off the handle, yelling and screaming. And... Read more
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