A Slight AcheA Slight Ache
By Harold Pinter
Directed by Kevin Dobson

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A Slight Ache is a tragicomic play written by Harold Pinter in 1958 and first published by Methuen in London in 1961. It concerns a married couple's dreams and desires, focusing mostly on the husband's fears of the unknown, of growing old, and of the "Other" as a threat to his self-identity. A Slight Ache is considered by many dramatic scholars as a transition play between Pinter's "Comedies of Menace" and the auhor's later dramas.

Opens September 17
Saturdays 2pm
Sundays 7pm

General Admission: $15

CAST:
Michael Robb, Marcia Woodridge, J. Kent Inasy