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THE CARETAKER (2003) BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: November 9, 2003
Synopsis: Roundabout Theatre Company presents a new Broadway production of Harold Pinter's drama The Caretaker starring Patrick Stewart as "Davies," Kyle MacLachlan as "Aston" and Aiden Gillen as "Mick." Power games played between Mick and his vulnerable brother, Aston, take a sinister turn when Aston brings Davies, a tramp, to their squalid flat. As the brothers strive to manipulate Davies, the vulnerability and inadequacy of all three men are exposed. David Jones directs.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"A promising stretch of silence begins the Roundabout Theater Company's revival of Harold Pinter's ''Caretaker,'' which stars Patrick Stewart and Kyle MacLachlan. Of course, there would be silence, wouldn't there, this being a Pinter play.
But there are ways and then there are ways to be still on a stage. And the young man sitting on the edge of a bed when the curtain rises on David Jones's dutiful, generally uninvolving production, which opened last night at the American Airlines Theater, knows exactly how to fill the quiet.
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