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from HAROLD PINTER
EXPLOSIVES B | Cambridge, MA | 2017
THE ROOM was a site-specific staging of nobel-laureate Harold Pinter's first play in an abandoned storage facility. This claustrophobic staging brings Pinter’s disturbing, political allegory of isolationism and fear of “the other” (in this case a blind, black man named Riley who lives in the basement) within inches of the spectators, who themselves become a part of the unsettling environment.
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