Salt Lake City, Utah – The playwright Harold Pinter was known as much for what he said in a play as for what he didn't say. His work is famous for what is now known as the "Pinter Pause" - directions for an actor to be silent. The Salt Lake Acting Company is currently in production of "The Caretaker," Pinter's 1960 breakout play, and actor Daniel Beecher says that the trick is to embrace Pinter's careful constraints. Wednesday, we're talking about Harold Pinter and his dark, absurd world.
The Caretaker continues through October 11th at the Salt Lake Acting Company. For a schedule or to buy tickets, call 801-363-7522 or click here
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