Harold Pinter

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English dramatist whose plays are characterized by silences and the use of inaction (born in 1930)


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The second screenplay, based on a short story by Out Of Africa author Karen Blixen, stars Last Tango In Halifax's Anne Reid and Radio 4 drama commissioner Jeremy Howe said: "It isn't often that you can announce the premiere of a script by the late great Harold Pinter, one of the leading dramatists of the 20th century, and then two come along, both wonderfully Pinteresque and both utterly different.
Harold Pinter, Catrin Finch Centre, Wrexham, March 16.
Sands - who came to pubic prominence in Merchant Ivory's A Room With A View - is currently starring in a one man show, A Celebration Of Harold Pinter, which focuses on the author's poetry.
WRIGGLING in my seat with excruciating unease, the Homecoming is Harold Pinter at his best.
On a personal level, the death that most stands out is Harold Pinter.
She wrote this memoir of her husband, Nobel Prizewinning playwright Harold Pinter, in only 26 days following his death in 2008.
Scholars of literature in general and drama in particular counter the view that towering British playwright Harold Pinter (1930-2008) represented a sui generis, by showing how particular plays, and his body of work as a whole, fit in the dramatic tradition and contemporary scene of English language.
On the first evening the acclaimed British playwright Harold Pinter met his future wife Lady Antonia Fraser, he asked her: "Must you go?
was living in London and was able to witness Harold Pinter drink an
Harold Pinter, the British playwright and Nobel laureate, has died after a long battle with cancer, according to media reports.
I packed the review copy of William Baker's Harold Pinter and headed off to France for a family Christmas.
In the works of Harold Pinter, the devil really is in the small details.
Beyond her reporting on these and other topics, Anne-Marie brought us vital interviews with people who belonged in The Progressive, like Urvashi Vaid, Harry Hay, Harold Pinter, Tillie Olsen, and Sam Hamill.
HAROLD PINTER recently won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
In the case of Harold Pinter, however, literature had nothing do with the prize.