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    A Slight Ache

    Harold Pinter's A Slight Ache originally surfaced to great acclaim in 1960 in a production the NY World Telegram and Sun cited as "the most unusual play Off-Broadway." Forty-four years hence, the nascent CellarDoor Theatre will present a rare resurrection of this elusive jewel. This summer, enter the dilapidated confines of the Under St. Marks Theater and join two unwittingly precarious English aristocrats, Flora and Edward, in their psychotic battle with a villainous wasp and a derelict, parasitic matchseller. Take a rickety mine cart ride through the warped psyches of Pinter's tragicomedy of manners that the NY Post declared "Ědemonstrates again what an unusual and exciting dramatist Harold Pinter is."

    Dates:  July 25, 2004 - Aug. 10, 2004
    Schedule:  Sun., Tues. 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Under St. Marks Theater, 94 St. Marks Pl. near 1st Ave.
    Price:  $13
    Company:  Cellar Door Theater Company
    Tickets/info:  (646) 489-1189

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