Harold Pinter

Stages, Networks, Collaborations

Basil Chiasson (Redaktør) ; Catriona Fallow (Redaktør)

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A thematic collection of critical essays on Harold Pinter's theatrical works published alongside new interviews with contemporary theatre practitioners.

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Part One: (Re)situating Pinter, Critical Orientations


1 Pinter's Modernism(s) Revisited: A Drama Reliant upon Prose
Basil Chiasson (Western University, Canada)


2 The Theatre of the Absurd as Professional Network in Harold Pinter's Early Career
Harry Derbyshire (University of Greenwich, UK)


3 The Elite Pinter and the Pinter Elite
James Hudson (University of Lincoln, UK)


4 'Too Much of a Modern?' Pinter's Jewishness
Eckart Voigts (TU Braunschweig, Germany)


5 Pinter's Connections with the Middle East
Ibrahim Yerebakan (Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, Turkey)


Part Two: Pinter as Playwright, Playwrights and Pinter


6 'An insistence in my mind': Pinter's Writing Ethic
Steve Waters (University of East Anglia, UK)


7 Beyond the Mainstage: Harold Pinter at the Royal Shakespeare Company
Catriona Fallow (Queen Mary University of London, UK)


8 Theatre's Dark Matter: Pinter's 'Staging' of Systemic Violence and its Influence in Contemporary British Theatre
Alex Watson (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK)


9 Faith, Telos and Failure: Pinter, Butterworth, Kelly
David Pattie (University of Birmingham, UK)


10 The Crimpesque: Pinter's Legacy in the Theatre of Martin Crimp
Maria Elena Capitani (University of Parma, Italy)


Part Three: Conversations with Collaborators


11 Interviews

Om forfatteren

Basil Chiasson is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies and the Creative Arts Program at Western University, Canada. His publications on Harold Pinter include articles, book chapters, book reviews and one monograph, The Late Harold Pinter: Political Dramatist, Poet and Activist (2017). Other research and publications include articles and book chapters on neoliberalism and performance in contemporary British drama. From 2017 to 2019 he was a Research Fellow on the Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded project, Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies, where he worked on an open-access database which captures the British production history of Pinter's works for stage, screen and radio.

Catriona Fallow teaches in the Department of Drama at Queen Mary University of London, UK. Between 2017 to 2019 she was a Research Fellow on the Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded project, Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies, based at the University of Birmingham. She is currently contributing to collections on the #MeToo movement (Performing #MeToo: How Not to Look Away, 2020) and the work of Dennis Kelly (2021). Catriona's work has been published in Studies in Theatre and Performance and presented at various conferences and symposia nationally and internationally.