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Harold Pinter's 'Buried Masterpiece'? A Vaudeville Madhouse
"Set in a state-run sanatorium where the so-called 'patients' are actually political dissidents undergoing various excruciating corrective treatments, The Hothouse shows the casual inhumanity ... with a broad, over-the-top comedy. Several scenes have the rat-a-tat patter of old-school vaudeville and there's even an exploding cigar." The Independent (UK) 05/08/13
Posted May 9, 2013 12:46 AM




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