It takes strong actors to portray the depth of a Pinter play. Fortunately, Amy Morton, Tracy Letts, and Ian Braford pulled it off beautifully.... It's all in the subtext!
Steppenwolf is always a treat. Tics were in last row, but they are always sold out on Saturday nite and there is really no bad seat.
The play had no action. Most of the time the cast just sat there talking. Very little moving around. Not worth money at even half the price.
This was a wonderfully thought provoking production. I also enjoyed the post discussion.
One of the best human dramas I have seen in a long time. Succinct yet powerful. Helpful to read about Pinter's intent for this play beforehand to understanding its meaning.
Very good play.