TONIGHT ... MY FRIEND ... YOU FIND ME IN THE LAST LAP OF A RACE ... I HAD LONG FORGOTTEN TO RUN.
ABOUT THIS SHOW
In the drawing room of his stately Hampstead mansion, the wealthy, aging Hirst hosts his newfound acquaintance, the enigmatic Spooner, for an evening of endless beer, scotch and vodka. The night winds on, the drinks keep pouring and the ground keeps shifting—until two sinister younger men arrive and interrupt the bacchanal. Steppenwolf returns to Harold Pinter’s modern masterpiece: a generational power struggle, a tug of war between expert wordsmiths, a maze of murky meaning. Or perhaps it's just two old English sots waxing nostalgic and waiting for the sun to rise. In No Man’s Land, you can never be certain, and nothing is as it seems.
- Author Harold Pinter
- Director Les Waters
Featured Ensemble Members
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No Man's Land will feature Pit Seating for a truly up close and intimate theater experience. Pit Seating is a row of temporary seats in front of "Row A," where Steppenwolf's standard theater seating begins.
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Thursday, August 3 at 8pm
Saturday, August 12 at 3pm
Friday, August 11 at 8pm
Audio-Described and touch tour:
Sunday, August 13 at 3pm
(1:30pm touch tour, 3pm curtain)
Premier Production Sponsor
Grand Production Sponsors
Julie and Roger Baskes
Individual Production Sponsors
Douglas R. Brown and Rachel Kraft
Liam and Francesca Connell
Bob and Amy Greenebaum
John Hart and Carol Prins
Kenneth J. Porrello and Sherry M. McFall
Jennifer Zobair and Chuck Smith
No Man's Land is supported by the Richard and Mary Gray Production Endowment Fund.
Accessibility Services sponsored by John Hart and Carol Prins
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