First and foremost, Harold Pinter was, and is, an actor. That's why he writes so uncommonly well for them, rather than merely providing mouthpieces for authorial ideas.
Steven Pimlott, one of the U.K.'s most eclectic and versatile stage directors, died Feb. 14 in Colchester, Essex, of lung cancer. He was 53.
Trust the writing, not the writer. Tennessee Williams's evocation of memory and yearning long ago acquired classic status by virtue of its exquisitely controlled theatrical expressionism.
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