By Harold Pinter, directed by Michael Rice
In a government-run mental institution, a sinister murder plot is hatched against a backdrop of corruption, sexual favors and hopeless bureaucratic ineptitude.
August 2003, in repertory with Below the Belt
In the press
".the folks at Steep Theatre do a great job, squeezing all the drama they can out of the script..impressive."
- Jack Helbig, Chicago Reader
".Steep Theatre Company's ruthless electric energy arced and crackled the air in Harold Pinter's The Hothouse."
- David McKinney, Chicagocritic.com