Clive Owen, Eve Best, and More Introduce Old Times, One of Pinter's Sexiest Plays

Longtime Pinter collaborator Douglas Hodge helms the Broadway production.

Harold Pinter's Old Times returns to Broadway for the first time in over 40 years with what promises to be one of the sexiest casts of the season. Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly both make their Broadway debuts in the Roundabout Theatre production (beginning performances at the American Airlines Theatre October 6), as married couple Deeley and Kate. The spouses are visited by Anna, a woman from Kate's past (Eve Best), who proceeds to open a "Pandora's box" of trouble for all three over the course of a single Autumn evening. Take a look as TheaterMania chats with the cast about the revival production, which director and Pinter expert Douglas Hodge dubs the "best play written in the past fifty years."

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