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Ashes to Ashes

a Play
CATEGORY :
by Harold Pinter

COMPANY : PushPush Theater [WEBSITE]
VENUE : PushPush Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 155

SHOWING : October 27, 2000 - November 18, 2000

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Acclaimed Atlanta Theater artist Jim Peck takes the directorial reins of our Pinter project - a production of Pinter's well known drama of the ever-shifting loyalties of love and friendship, Betrayal, and the Atlanta premiere of his unsettling and moving recent play, Ashes to Ashes. Also, look for other short works by this modern master during our dark nights. Join Peck and featured actors Mary Lynn Owen, Frank Roberts and Tim Habeger on an exploration of hte many facets of Britain's premeire playwright.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Jim Peck
Devlin Tim Habeger
Rebecca Mary Lynn Owen
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The Experts Say...

Creative Loafing
by Curt Holman
November 09, 2000
Curt didn't say much about this production, except that Habeger plays Devlin's feelings "at too low a boil," and Owen "conveys despair beneath Rebecca's initially calm exterior." He called it a "more successful production" than "The Dumb Waiter", which was running at the same time at PushPush.


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