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April 1, 1982

Phillip Euling ‘84 directed Harold Pinter’s The Lover (1963), a play first written for television, in Rockefeller Hall. Reviewing the production in The Miscellany News, Mark Bennett ’85, praised its comic “understatement,” although, he noted, “there is a very clever sequence at the beginning, parodying the life of a boring marriage, that allows Euling’s comic sense to be readily seen and appreciated.” The reviewer also praised the performances of Margareta Olson ’86 as Sarah and Steve Rockwell ’84 as Richard, the principals in a play about “domestic tranquility with a twist.”

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