No Man's Land  Tickets
Chicago, IL

No Man's Land Tickets

Raise a glass to this classic Pinter play.
No Man's Land  Tickets
No Man's Land  Tickets

About No Man's Land

Pour a finger of whiskey! Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land is currently at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company, directed by Les Waters. Get No Man’s Land tickets on TodayTix.

This production of the 1974 play features ensemble member and Steppenwolf co-founder Jeff Perry in the cast. Perry has been in over 40 productions at Steppenwolf, in addition to regional and international shows and television.

Pinter was one of the most influential British playwrights of his time, with over 50 years of contributions to the theatre. In his work, Pinter is primarily known for phenomena called “the Pinter pause.” Pinter indicates in his stage directions when characters are to be silent. Don’t pause — get tickets to No Man’s Land in Chicago today.

Start date

July 13th, 2023

End date

August 20th, 2023



Downstairs Theater At Steppenwolf Theatre

1650 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL, 60614, 60614

More information about No Man's Land

Set in Northwest London in the 1970s, Hirst hosts a new friend named Spooner for an evening of libations at his mansion. As they drink late into the night, two young men interrupt their evening. Suddenly the four men find themselves in a generational power struggle.

Decades after the show initially premiered in the U.K., Berkeley Repertory Theatre took it on in August 2013. This star-studded cast included the iconic duo Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, as well as Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley. This production went on to Broadway in October 2013 in rep with Waiting for Godot and closed the following March. From there, the show transferred to London’s West End.

No Man’s Land marks director Les Waters’s fourth project at Steppenwolf. His other credits at the theatre include The Designated Mourner, The Memory of Water, and Middletown. Waters is known mainly for his work as a director on Broadway and beyond, which has garnered him both a Tony Award nomination and several Obie Awards.

What to Watch For

  • Steppenwolf’s production includes temporary pit seating to make the show more intimate. This row is in front of “Row A, " where traditional seating begins.
  • This production is the Steppenwolf debut of actor Samuel Roukin, who appeared on Broadway in Cyrano de Bergerac and abroad in many shows, including Great Expectations with the Royal Shakespeare Company and Hamlet at the Old Vic.
  • It is rumored that the character of Spooner in the show was inspired by Pinter’s friend and poet, Eddie Linden. Linden published and edited the poetry magazine Aquarius from 1969 to 2004.


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