naatco presents harold pinter's the dumb waiter

Two hit-men. A basement. An assignment. A tragicomic steampunk mystery. Whaaat? The National Asian American Theatre Company presents a new twist on Harold Pinter's one-act play The Dumb Waiter, running now through November 6 at the Duo Theatre in New York City.

Directed by Andrew Pang and starring Louis Ozawa Changchien and Stephen Park, the show features likes of C.S. Lee, Ken Leung, Joel de la Fuente, and other different guest performers every night. Here's a little mini-trailer for the production:

HOnestly, I don't know if that tells you a whole lot about the play, or if it just serves to confuse people, but it certainly looks all cool and moody. Here are some more details about the show:
NAATCO presents

Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter

with Louis Ozawa Changchien and Stephen Park

Directed by Andrew Pang

Featuring the Music of Minq Vaadka

October 6, 2011 - November 6, 2011
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 2:00pm
Wednesday 10/26 and 11/2 at 8:00pm

Duo Theatre in New York City
62 East Fourth Street - btw 2nd/3rd Avenues
(4, 6 train to Bleeker St; F train to 2nd Ave)
A short Pinter piece will precede each performance, performed by special guest stars. For more information about The Dumb Waiter, including the full curtain raiser schedule of works and guests, and to purchase tickets, head over to the NAATCO website here.

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