New York: The Billy Rose Theatre, 1971. Original script for the 1971 play by Harold Pinter, for its Broadway premiere at the Billy Rose Theatre in New York. The play ran from November 16, 1971 to February 26, 1972 for 120 performances. "Old Times" made its debut in London at the Royal Shakespeare company earlier in 1971, and both the US and UK productions were directed by Peter Hall. Filmed in 1991 as an American television movie starring John Malkovich.
The story of a vaguely implied love triangle between a married couple and the wife's oldest friend, who comes to visit after an absence of 20 years. The story is open-ended in such a manner that one of a number of possible interpretations suggests that the wife has multiple personality disorder and the visitor is a personality she had banished long ago.
Yellow studio wrappers. Title page present, with credits for writer Pinter. 48 leaves, mechanical duplication. About Fine, bound with two gold brads.
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