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When a college Professor agrees to meet a struggling student behind closed doors, their conversation yields only mutual misunderstanding...and an unexpected charge. As their antipathy turns ugly, it destroys lives, derails careers and ultimately leads to a cataclysmic event that no one could have expected. The play was presented at the Royal Court in 1993 with David Suchet and Lia Williams, and directed by Harold Pinter. Contains some strong language.Performers Kevin McGown (John), Claire Louise Cordwell (Carol).
Author David Mamet. Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Juliet Forster. Design Charlotte Bullock.
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