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In Memory: Harold Pinter

Harold Pinter was an inspiration—if not a model—for many theater artists working today. What follows is just a small sample of the ways Pinter's work has influenced us all.

In Dialogue

Crafting Your Weirdness* with Dan LeFranc

In October Dan LeFranc and I went and had Cambodian food on Wickenden Street in Providence, Rhode Island, where we both live. I had never had Cambodian food before. It was delicious.

In Conversation

Building a New House of the Spirits: Jose Zayas and Beatriz Córdoba

A new play with songs is being rehearsed in New York City in a rehearsal hall much like any other. What is different is that the play is in Spanish even though its author has previously worked only in English-language venues.

Geeks and (Bloodsucking) Freaks: Lessons From The Theater Trenches

When I was 27 I moved to Ohio to study to be a theater director. Weird vocation/geography combination, but it seemed to make sense at the time. While I was there I met a guy named Qui Nguyen, who was studying playwriting.


The Brooklyn Rail

FEB 2009

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