by Harold Pinter
directed by Christian Anthony
Andy, an ailing, foul-mouthed patriarch, is desperate for reconciliation with his two estranged sons. Haunted by the ghostly presence of his dead daughter Bridget and the very real presence of his irascible wife Bel, the dying Andy muses on guilt, lost loves and his own mortality. Pinter’s final full length play is an elegiac meditation on family, shot through with raucous wit, here performed by a senior cast of actors fresh from a run at the Lyric Theatre Studio.