Harold Pinter plays from London.
Ten of Pinter’s less well known pieces masterfully staged by Britain’s Two’s Company.
The first nine quick revue sketched range from hilarious to hair-raising, are performed with little scenery, but attention to dialogue, pacing and timing.
The second half is a full length on act play: A Kind of Alaska, a dramatic tale of a woman awaking from a coma she’d been in for 29 years. Disorientations of an adolescent mind in a middle aged body, she struggles with her lost past and her new alien world.
CityStage, Springfield, MA
October 12 – 17, 1999
7pm, 2pm matinee