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Critical Review by Sheridan Morley

SOURCE: Morley, Sheridan. “Man and the Arms.” Spectator 280, no. 8859 (23 May 1998): 49-50.

In the following review of Three by Harold Pinter, Morley praises A Kind of Alaska, The Collection, and The Lover, asserting that this “Pinter treble of unresolved menace is a remarkable tribute to his unique stagecraft over the last thirty or forty years.”

In a week when dubious arms deals are back in the headlines, the everlasting topicality of Shaw's masterly Major Barbara once again reinforces my belief that Peter Hall's financially embattled resident company is still far and away the best classical repertoire in London this decade. True, Peter Bowles as the massively sinister Undershaft, a megalomaniac arms dealer based none too loosely on Alfred Nobel, was a little shaky on the longer speeches at the first night, and...

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