Playwright: Harold Pinter
Director: Jenny Hollingworth
Highly controversial when it opened in 1958, The Birthday Party is one of Pinter’s least subtle plays. Set in a seaside boarding house, it is part black comedy and part whodunit, with the central action literally happening in the dark. Like all great literature, it asks timeless questions: How can we be sure that anyone is who he says he is? Is it ever possible to pin down the truth of the past? And can we ever escape our deepest fears?Tickets and info: dragonproductions.net; (650) 493-2006
Long-time Lemonade Fund supporter, ATLAS alum, and playwright/educator Terry Boero talks about the dramaturg's joy in nurturing creative impulses in others Read all about her here.
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