Two short plays transcend the previous uses of language on stage, becoming less literal and more subliminal to give voice to unspoken thoughts. In Silence a young girl's encounters with two male friends are told in contrapuntal triad, swimming with memories. In Landscape the memories of a hired couple who have been untrue to the other flow subliminally though their conversations. The things said are the things usually left unsaid. The Lincoln Center production presented Silence, Landscape and Silence again.
"The most important English speaking playwright of our time, and this double bill is very possibly the best yet of his work." - the New York Times
"Unspeakably beautiful, unutterably moving." - Cue Magazine