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Film Screening and Talk with Special Guest, Director of “Working with Pinter”


One-Night Only, AUGUST 16, 7PM


Harold Pinter’s friend and long time work associate, Harry Burton, filmed a one-day actors’ workshop with Pinter called, “Working with Pinter”.


New Fortune is proud to announce that Mr. Burton will be screening his film and giving a talk with Artistic Director, Richard Baird, on Sunday, August 16th at 7PM; A very special event in their run of Pinter’s, THE BIRTHDAY PARTY.


This is an exciting opportunity for Pinter lovers to gain a rare insight into his works, thru a celebrated actor and director of the London stage. You won’t want to miss.


WHAT: “Working with Pinter” Film Screening and Talk with Special Guest, Harry Burton

WHEN: August 16th, 7PM

WHERE: The MOXIE Theatre, 6663 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego, CA 92115


Tickets available HERE




















HARRY BURTON trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama (1982-85), and with BBC Training & Development as a director.   Career Highlights: 


ACTING: Leading West End roles in Shakespeare, Coward, Shaw, Anouilh & Pinter; also Sky Masterson in Guys And Dolls (The Crucible, Sheffield); Professor Higgins in My Fair Lady (Theatre Royal Drury Lane); Papageno in The Magic Flute (Donmar Warehouse and Hamburg); Figaro in The Marriage Of Figaro at the Vienna Festival and for BBC TV/Sony.


FILM: A Summer Story, The Trial, Cody Banks II 


DIRECTING: Harold Pinter's The Lover (Bridewell Theatre) & The Dumb Waiter (West End); Quartermaine's Terms by Simon Gray (tour); I Found My Horn by Jasper Rees and Jonathan Guy Lewis (Hampstead Theatre and Playwrights Horizons in New York); Where I Come From by Eric Daniels (first ever African-American play to be staged at the Kentucky Repertory Theater); The Leisure Society by Francois Archambault (Trafalgar Studios), and has just finished directing Ashes to Ashes with Dame Harriet Walter for BBC Radio.


FILM: WORKING WITH PINTER, a documentary about the Nobel Prize-winning dramatist Harold Pinter (Channel Four; also available on Amazon); and Thinspiration, a half hour drama (Channel Four).

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