The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter ?-?Directed by Victor Hassan
Gus and Ben are on the job, waiting and listening. Into the waiting silence rattles the dumb waiter with extraordinary demands for dishes they cannot supply – and who is operating the dumb waiter in an empty house? In a while their victim will come and they will know what to do.
Bryn Thomas as Ben
Scott Ransome as Gus
Evensong?by Edward Crosby Wells ?-?Directed by Celia Bonner
She’s working on her memoirs. Her memory is fading as the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s begin to take root. He’s turned his back on fieldwork and writing to teach anthropology at the local college. Together they have shared forty years of marriage. It is their anniversary and the last day of summer as he tries to coax her into a metaphorical walk into the woods. “The universality of long term relationships, the abrasive familiarity, the language of a husband and a wife who have become indifferent yet bound by tepid love mixed with the impending consequences of Alzheimer’s Disease – all add to an engaging exploration into the long-term intimacy of a marriage.”
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