One for the Road
Each member of Victor’s family is held in a separate room. Prisoners of the sadistic Nicolas and at the mercy of a brutal government, they are only metres apart but completely alone. As husband, wife and seven year old son are interrogated one by one, all they can cling on to is their innocence. 40 minutes of terror.
Archive :: production:T1905418011, play:S0258780491, venue:V382
A unique opportunity to see Harold Pinter perform in the first of his overtly political plays of the eighties. One for the Road will be a part of the Gate Theatre’s contribution to a major celebration of the author’s work at Lincoln Center Festival New York in July 2001.