There was a time when a new play by Harold Pinter only received its debut at Seattle's big wig theatres such as: The Settle Repertory Theatre, A Contemporary Theatre, or Intiman, but no longer. A Theatre Under The Influence, one of the more interesting local fringe theatres, is offering the Seattle premiere of Moonlight, Pinter's latest, a study of the fears and angers of a dying man named Andy, who revisits people from his past and present. Featured in the cast are James Venturini, Amy Frasier, Charles Legett and Jen Taylor, under the direction of Craig Bradshaw.
Moonlight will be performed at Brown Bag Theater, in the Newmark Center, 1401 Second Ave, downtown Seattle. It runs Apr. 3-Apr. 25, Thu-Sat at 8 PM. For tickets ($9) call (206) 720-1942.
-- By David-Edward Hughes