ACT’s Central Heating Lab brings back its popular Pinter Fortnightly series—a celebration of the late Nobel laureate Harold Pinter and his canon—on Monday with two one-acts performed by star Seattle thespians. As always, the dramatic readings are FREE, but reservations are encouraged. Here’s the rub:
September 20 One of Pinter’s funniest plays, 1960’s word war The Dumb Waiter (with John Aylward and R. Hamilton Wright, directed by Kurt Beattie) and the more somber Family Voices (with Susan Corzatte, Clayton Corzatte, and Burton Curtis, directed by Jane Kaplan).
October 4 Full-length play The Hothouse (cast TBD).
October 11 A non-Pinter play! Madagascar (winner of the Pinter Review Prize for Drama) by young American playwright J.T. Rogers.
RSVP by calling ACT’s box office: 206-292-7676.