By Harold Pinter. Directed by Terry Schreiber. Performed at T. Schreiber Studios in February and March, 2005
“Just say the goddamned line!”
So I’ve moved into Terry Schreiber‘s advanced acting class. Terry was recently featured in a great article in Backstage called The New Generation of Acting Teachers. He has the best quote in the article, where he goes off on actors who don’t say the words exactly as written in a script. Pick it up. The […]
Photos from The Birthday Party
I put up a little page with a few photos taken from a late rehearsal of The Birthday Party. Click here to see them.
“Stanley! Don’t let ’em tell you what to do!”
Well, after five months of rehearsals and performance The Pinter Project is complete. We ended our run of The Birthday Party very strongly with oversold crowds. I heard rumor that The Pinter Project is the first show to not lose money at T. Schreiber Studios in several years. There’s probably a lot of factors in […]
Two Positive Reviews
We’ve had two very generous reviews, one from nytheatre.com that is very kind to us, and one from curtainup.com which is a combined review for the whole Pinter Project (both our “The Birthday Party” and fantastic “The Homecoming”).
Listed in The New York Times
My show The Birthday Party is one of the two shows in The Pinter Project. The Pinter Project was listed in New York Magazine last week and this Sunday it was listed in The New York Times. The Guide By CHOIRE SICHA Published: January 30, 2005 Wednesday 2/2 DOUBLE PINTER The first of two plays […]
Listed in New York magazine
Just got word that we are listed in New York magazine: Get Smart Adventurous adaptations of old standbys (from Euripides to Shepard) are booming this month, far from the Times Square crowds. They’re a painless way to fulfill that New Year’s resolution to soak up some literature. … The Pinter Project Terry Schreiber directs two […]