Pinter's tale of infidelity, told in a classic 70's style.


I chose to keep the play in it's original 1970s time period, because I love the clothing and the music of the era.

The addition of live Motown music, played by a jazz trio on stage during the show, added a whole new element to the play.  The torch songs about love and betrayal highlighted the themes of the play.

Performing in 2015 at the NoHo Arts Center, CA. 

With Elizabeth Kimball, Greg Crooks, Brian Graves and Joe Capucini

For information on this show, which goes onstage on Apr 24 of this year, see the official web site.