ABSTRACT

As we live through a global pandemic, how do our experiences of healthcare and lockdown influence our engagement with theatre? In what ways is COVID-19 raising concerns about the availability of palliative care? More specifically, how does the work of Harold Pinter help us to understand our relationship toward caretaking and caregiving? This article explores these questions through its engagement with Pinter's 1993 play Moonlight.

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