A play by Harold Pinter
Beth and Duff are a married couple. They talk, but cannot hear one another. They share the same home, but not the same reality. They are both trapped between fragments of memories, busy with their own past. It is that past, that is casting a shadow on the life of the couple, looking like a sweet memory but hiding a great darkness, threatening to ruin everything.
A play by Harold Pinter.
Translated by: Avraham Oz.
Directed by: Yaron Shyldkrot.
Performed by: Zohar Avron and Ariel Krizopolsky.
Lighting designer: Annie Atedgy.
Assistant director: Hila Ilan.
Graphic design: Odin Shadmi.
Performed at Tel Aviv University, November 2012.