Broadway: Caretaker's Caretaker

If Britain's so-called Angry Young Men are already half forgotten, their own limitations are the principal cause, but they have been given a forceful, added shove toward oblivion by the work of a new writer whose themes are quieter and deeper. Already hailed in London as one of the major playwrights of the decade, 31-year-old Harold Pinter has come to Manhattan with The Caretaker (TIME, Oct. 13), the biggest serious hit of the new season.

Anything but an angry young exercise in social realism, The Caretaker is a study of the human condition...

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