How would you feel if a group of people offered to host a birthday party for you, and it was not actually your birthday? What if they insisted you play a bewildering game of blind man’s bluff, humiliated you throughout your “party,” and turned your carefully chosen refuge into a trap?
Harold Pinter’s scathingly frightening play was first performed in 1958 and tests our own tolerance for loss of identity, our dependence on conformity, our response to being cornered, and our ability to face unspoken terrors.
By Harold Pinter
Directed by Rhett Bryson
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