By Harold Pinter
Directed by Kathryn MacMillan
September 12 - October 12, 2008
Sinister and scathingly funny, this dark comedy unlocks the secrets of a state-run "rest home" where the staff is even more disturbed than the inmates. An early, prescient play from 2005's Nobel Prize winner, The Hothouse combines the razor-sharp dialogue, playful anarchy, and shocking twists that make Pinter one of the world's greatest living dramatists.
"Fifty years after its creation Hothouse makes its Philadelphia premiere in a thrilling production that was well worth the wait." –Philadelphia Weekly [More]
"Expertly crafted production." –Philadelphia City Paper [More]
"The funniest Pinter I've ever seen." –EDGE Philadelphia [More]
"Very funny!" –Philadelphia Inquirer
"The hilarity begins with the opening lines and continues almost without pause until the end." –The Bulletin
Header Photo: Geoff Sobelle in Hamlet (2009), David Ingram and Luigi Sottile in The Government Inspector (2008), Forrest McClendon and Lawrence Stallings in Sizwe Bansi Is Dead (2009), and Kristyn Chouiniere and Paul L. Nolan in The Hothouse (2008). Photos by Jeffrey Stockbridge.
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