ACT will present The Pinter Festival, a celebration of the playwright featuring four of his plays in repertory, classes, and more. The festival will take place July 20-August 26 at ACT Theatre Mainstage and Central Heating Lab.

Kicking off the festival will be a double-bill directed by John Langs of Pinter's The Dumb Waiter and Celebration, while the plays Old Times, directed by Victor Pappas, and No Man's Land, directed by Penny Cherns , will be added to the schedule in August.

The repertory ensemble will include Anne Allgood, Julie Briskman, Cheyenne Casebier, Frank Corrado, Peter Crook, Jeffrey Fracé, Benjamin Harris, Darragh Kennan, Charles Leggett, Randy Moore, and Mariel Neto.

The Festival will include a showcase of Harold Pinter's short and rarely performed sketches to be directed by Jane Kaplan, a series of free films focusing on Pinter, and a cabaret performance also featuring Henry Woolf, among other events.

For more information and a full schedule of The Pinter Festival's events, click here.