Harold Pinter’s “Celebration”

Even social-climbing New Yorkers, the most shameless name-droppers on the planet, might feel compelled to cut back on celebrity-citing after meeting the wistful waiter now serving boldface dish at the Atlantic Theater Company. An employee of a sweller-than-thou London restaurant, this logorrheic fellow, deliciously played by David Pittu, shows up in the enjoyably boisterous production of Harold Pinter’s “Celebration” that opened last night.

Lifting the Art of Name-Dropping to a Cosmic Level,” by Ben Brantley, The New York Times, December 6, 2005
A pair of Pinter plays,” by Jacques Le Sourd, The Journal News, December 6, 2005
Atlantic Theater Company, 336 West 20th Street, 212-645-8015
I saw this play and so very enjoyable … great acting! … Thanks to Ms Y-McGuinn!
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