might be reluctant to apply such a phrase to his own writing.
, known primarily as a playwright who authored many excellent absurdist dramas, divides his book Various Voices into four sections: prose, prose fiction, poetry, and politics.
In this paradise of simulation, Harold Pinter
and Welcome Back, Kotter merge to give us Vincent and Jules discoursing upon Big Macs, foot massages, and divine intervention; if the fact that erstwhile sweathog John Travolta later did a TV movie of Pinter
's The Dumb Waiter was forgotten by most people, Tarantino surely wasn't one of them.
The reason for the shortage is part and parcel of the immense chaos there is when a system undergoes the changes that Russia is undergoing,' says British academic publisher Frances Pinter
, who took part in the study.
, merchandiser for the Texas division of 7-Eleven, is credited for developing the program two years ago as a way to provide vendors feedback while encouraging the best possible service to the stores.
Probably the best interpretation is liability extends to all who satisfy the Pinter
THERE'S still time, but only just, to pick up tickets for An Evening Of Pinter
with the Huddersfield Thespians.
was never simpler, sadder, wittier or more touching.
Data released Tuesday from The Broadway League shows that the sold-out revival of the Harold Pinter
play starring Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz in a crumbling marriage took in $1,112,027 over seven performances ending Sunday, breaking the Barrymore Theatre's weekly box office record.
Playwright, director, actor, poet and political activist Harold Pinter
was born in East London in 1930.
As the Director of the Pinter
Centre for Performance and Creative Writing at Goldsmiths, University of London (where he is also Professor of Drama), Gordon is an eminently qualified guide for such a study, and his book is likely to remain the standard for such volumes for a generation.
The GBP1,000 award was established by PEN to commemorate playwright Harold Pinter