Township Lane is unusual for Cherry Hill - a business block tucked between busy Route 70 and a residential area in the Erlton section. It's a quirky cluster of small, locally owned businesses that look out for each other and their neighbors.
Our national conversation about male-female power relations -- and their abuses -- have moved on from 1992, when this play debuted. Yet, thanks to good performances and strong staging, this production has a few almost redemptive moments of connection and power.
Not every move is right -- there's an intermission that hampers the momentum of this delicate masterpiece -- but the Lantern gets Pinter's accessible masterpiece right, with delicacy, tension, attention to detail, and above all the charged, freighted silence that is the heart of this play.