A Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner (Angels in America)
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An absurdist tragicomedy originally published in 1960, The Caretaker was Nobel Prize-winning writer Harold Pinter's first major success. Frequently likened to Samuel Beckett's classic Waiting for Godot, The Caretaker revolves around the mentally challenged Aston, the fast-talking tramp he invites to stay with him, and Mick (Aston's younger brother, housemate and caretaker). The Caretaker stands as a prime example of Pinter's masterful ability to mix darkness, humor and humanity. For this Imago Theatre production, Jerry Mouawad directs Allen Nause in the lead role. Learn More
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If you go to see this play, stick around as the theme building in the first half clarifies and intensifies after intermission. The acting is mostly quite good, small flaws by acting students don't mar the overall impact; the directing, costuming and stage settings very good, and Kushner's script incorporates interesting dramatic devices to bring home the universality of the choices we each must make in life when faced with dilemmas of personal responsibility. Go see this play.