Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006 9:58 AM
Subject: Coyte Ramblers Free Reading of OLD TIMES by Harold Pinter
Coyote Ramblers Performing Artists, and Artfare / The Muse, present
OLD TIMES by HAROLD PINTER
Directed by Ken Tesoriere
for their Monthly Sunday Rehearsed FREE Reading Series on
December 3, 2006, 2 pm
Harold Pinter won the Nobel Prize for Drama in 2005 for his life’s work in theater. Old Times is considered by many critics and scholars alike, to be Pinter’s most vibrant theatrical drama. An exploration of the fickleness of memory when two old friends meet again, and the husband of one, after 20 years. They reminisce about - yes, old times. Gradually they recall almost all things differently, and then, quite differently. But are these varying memories faulted by time? Or by differing perspectives then and now? Or, are these different shades of memory within the same person?
As James Reel recently stated about the quality of work from Coyote Ramblers: “(Tucson) needs a troupe like this that fearlessly embraces uncertainty.”
Come join us for this free rehearsed reading by three of Tucson’s best actors on at 2pm, December 3, at 55 N. 6th Avenue (between Congress and Pennington), downtown Tucson. Ample parking on the surrounding streets, or in the corner parking garage. Refreshments and food provided, all free. Call 682-3224 for information.
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