Video (53:54) of Julian Sands's program "The Poetry of Harold Pinter, as he performed it on stage in Los Angeles, posted on Vimeo by OBB (Off Broadway Booking).

"The Poetry of Harold Pinter, in a Benefit for the Homeless," an article in the Los Angeles Times (Culture Monster: Arts & Culture blog) describes and provides context of this benefit for the homeless, which Sands performed on the stage of the Odyssey Theatre's production of No Man's Land on Wednesday, 9 December 2009.  Sands's readings of Pinter's poetry (and some additional excerpts from Various Voices) in Los Angeles at several benefits preceded his later one-man production "A Celebration of Harold Pinter," developed in collaboration with his longtime friend John Malkovich, who directs it, and which they brought to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August 2011.  Sands later took this production on tour in the UK, elsewhere in Europe, in New Haven, CT (Yale University), and in New York City (Irish Repertory Theater), before returning to perform it in at various venues in San Francisco and Los Angeles, prior to subsequent more recent and upcoming engagements in the US, UK, Europe, and elsewhere.  The video was posted about a year ago (2011).

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