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After presenting six productions, Harold Pinter finally came up with The Caretaker, a production which brought him his long awaited commercial success and recognition. It was published under two labels simultaneously in 1960 and was adopted as a play, making its premiere in the same year. It was shown in London at Arts Theatre but had to be transferred to Duchess Theatre from the next month. The Caretaker ran 444 times for the first time, marking a record for both Pinter and the whole company. All these decades have passed but years have not seen The Caretaker tickets go down in popularity. The Caretaker took a national tour, showing in theaters, gaining praises from all around. After that it was taken to other countries which also included Unites States. The play made as much a great impact in the US as it has done in London, gracing the theaters and attracting masses of theater lovers.
The Caretaker is a play which takes place in a house in London and features three main characters Mick, Aston and Davies. The three act play is unique in its own way and looks similar to a play by Samuel Beckett, ‘Waiting for Godot’. The play has been directed in a way that which shows that not much attention has been given to the plot but here is what lays the art of this show. The language of The Caretaker is such which compels the audience to pay attention to it if they have to understand it and there is always a hidden meaning behind the simplicity of things. The casual way of delivery of dialogues is where the true beauty of The Caretaker lies. Justice was done with the part of Davies who was played by Jonathan Price, a notable performer of both West End and Broadway and also an amazing actor in Hollywood. This two times Tony Award winning actor added color to the role of Davies and audience loved him for that. Audience have seen Price in films like Pirates of The Caribbean, Tomorrow Never Dies and The New World.
The genre of The Caretaker has been regarded as drama and a “tragicomedy”, a drama that has the elements of both tragedy and comedy. It certainly is a good kind of show which gives the audience more than one elements to enjoy. The comic part in the show is between the monologues of Mick and Davies while the tragic elements can be seen in the part of Aston when he explains his electric shock treatment and how it goes wrong leaving him mentally paralyzed forever. The comic setup of The Caretaker is often conflicted with some serious action while portraying the stories of these three men and their mutual interactions. Each of the three men has different personalities and when these different personalities come together, they form what we have come to adore, The Caretaker.
There is just need to be an announcement of The Caretaker tickets on sale and they start going out. The Caretaker tickets are for audience who want to experience something different in the theaters and not just the usual comedy shows or musicals. The play was so popular that it was turned into a film in 1964. The Caretaker is an entertainment for a different level of audience who knows how to get the story behind the said dialogues and to catch the plot. A number of revivals of The Caretaker were made and each one received as positive reviews as the original production. The story of a homeless guy living in the house of two brothers entertained the theater goers for over 40 years and still manages to grab a lot of attention whenever it comes to play in theaters. The Caretaker tickets have always been a favorite of anyone wanting to experience something different and versatile and the elements of comedy mixed with drama provide just the thing.
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