arts 05.10.12

BAM: Jonathan Pryce in Harold Pinter's The Caretaker
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“Mr. Pryce's performance blends brilliant physical comedy with a savory appreciation of Davies's preposterous, contradictory voice.” —The New York Times

“Pryce's ability to stay inside the skin of mad and maddening Davies…is a wonder.” —Gay City News

“Pryce…delivers an expert performance as the disheveled Davies”

“…it's worth a trip to BAM to see the magisterial Jonathan Pryce”

“a top-notch Caretaker.” —Theatermania

“this is a Pinter anyone interested in modern theater won't want to miss.” —The San Francisco Chronicle

Through Jun 17
Tickets start at $25

Two-time Tony and Olivier Award winner Jonathan Pryce (Miss Saigon, Hamlet) gives a tour-de-force performance as the darkly funny and deeply human Davies in Nobel Prize winner Harold Pinter's The Caretaker.

A pair of working-class brothers allow a homeless man to stay in their decrepit London flat, an act of compassion that sparks a cycle of cruelties, delusions, and shifting loyalties in a desperate struggle over territory.

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