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You’ll be talking about it afterwards…

By Caitlin McGrane

Harold Pinter’s seminal and affecting play Betrayal transports the audience back to London in the 1970s, a time historically associated with sexual liberation and experimentation. 362 more words

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Joseph Losey’s 1967 Film “Accident”

Recently I had an opportunity to see Joseph Losey’s acclaimed film Accident. (The film received the 1967 Grand Jury Prize at Cannes with the Yugoslavian film I Even Met Happy Gypsies.) I wanted to see the film since I was much impressed by The Servant, another film in which Losey collaborated with playwright Harold Pinter. 448 more words


Recent Arrival for Rent/Sale at Movie Village

French Lieutenant’s Woman, 1981. Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons star in dual roles in this film based on John Fowles novel, screenplay by Harold Pinter. 30 more words

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Wellcat, a duo who sells herbs and creates holidays, has declared today, August 18, “Bad Poetry Day.”  (Note: most anyone can create a holiday that could be popularized by the press and celebrated all over the world.   267 more words


Thom Yorke Created Original Music For A Broadway Play

Thom Yorke has been up to some interesting stuff recently, although that’s not necessarily a surprise for the erstwhile Radiohead frontman. While he and his compatriots in his legendary alt-rock band are working on a new album, Yorke has also done some rare… 260 more words


Thom Yorke Is Composing the Music for the Clive Owen-Starring Broadway Production of 'Old Times'

Harold Pinter’s Old Times, which is being revived on Broadway this Fall, is known for its ambiguity and possible life/death liminality. The vague and ghostly (both literally and atmospherically) work sees a married couple in their farmhouse visited by the wife’s friend and former roommate from 20 years earlier, and after she tells the story of a random, incessantly sobbing man in their old room, the venom and possible violence underlying their “friendship” starts to show itself. 183 more words

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The Lover at Edmonton Fringe Festival

The Lover by Harold Pinter

Auditorium at Campus Saint Jean (8627 91 street) August 14 – 20, 22, 23

An interview with Belinda Cornish.

Describe your show in five words. 589 more words

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