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Zoetic Stage’s brilliantly-executed bravura production of Harold Pinter’s 1960 The Caretaker may be as baffling as Waiting For Godot. But every element of this comic drama is superb from acting that embraces Pinter’s notorious silences to the fluid staging to the evocative set design to the transcendent lighting.
If God is omniscient, He must be inconsolably sad. Zoetic Stage’s superb production of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal puts its audience in that poignant and painful position in which Knowledge is, indeed, the poisoned apple in Eden.
Anyone who tells you they understood every beat of Old Times at Palm Beach Dramaworks is probably lying. But investing close attention to Harold Pinter’s play will be rewarded with a theatrical experience to roll around the mind and debate over dinner for days to come.