We go to a play by Harold Pinter with certain expectations. We expect ambiguity, eloquent silences, language used like a scalpel or to parody literary convention and ordinary use. There won't be a plot, and the action will be puzzling, but it will involve mis- and non-communication between characters and a stifling if inexplicable... More >>>
Michael Leopard and Ed Baierlein in Germinal Stage's
No Man's Land.