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Poor Me, Pour Me Another: WSC Avant Bard's No Man's Land, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Christopher Henley and Brian Hemmingsen as Spooner and Hirst.

Christopher Henley and Brian Hemmingsen as Spooner and Hirst.

Allow myself to quote myself: Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land is a 38-year-old Rubik’s Cube covered in Rorschach blots, a confounding examination of memory and masculinity that resists easy interpretation like an Aikido master shrugging off an unwanted bear hug. I wrestle with that bear -- er, WSC Avant Bard's production of that bear-hug-avoiding Aikido master of a play, that is -- in this week's Washington City Paper.