A NIGHT OUT by Harold Pinter
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Albert, an introverted insurance firm employee, still lives with his co-dependent mother in South London. After his office buddies convince him to come to the firm’s office party and leave her home for a night out, a dire case of mistaken identity will shift Albert’s life into a very disturbing direction. Originally written as a teleplay for B.B.C. and Armchair Theater. Decades later, the social and psychological themes (gender relations, dependence, control, narcissistic culture,) in Pinter’s early dark comedy are as resonant as ever.