Wilbury Theatre proves that an arts organization can grow while pushing an experimental agenda.
Authoritarianism is at its most chilling, at least in the theater, when everyone, the weak and the strong, takes it for granted.
Harold Pinter’s language can be enigmatic and deliberately bizarre, but it suggests arcs of passion and desire.
Playwright Harold Pinter is behind the austere screenplay, keeping things puzzling, an often silent script punctured with bursts of cryptic, hostile dialogue.
Whether or not there’s a real lover, or whether all of this is an elaborate fantasy is beside the point. For Harold Pinter, it may all be the same thing.
The Huntington Theatre Company is hosting an exemplary revival of Harold Pinter’s fascinating 1978 work, thanks to the spot-on direction of Maria Aitken.
Given the timidity of so many American theater companies, who seem to reserve their courage for implementing new marketing schemes, reminders of what creative risk is all about serve a useful purpose. Some theater artists around the world face jail when they perform on stage. On August 22, special forces of the Belorussian police raided […]