ONE FOR THE ROAD by HAROLD PINTER
"You're of no interest to me. I might even let you out of here, in due course. But I should think you might entertain us all a little more before you go."
About the play
This is a chilling study of power and powerlessness. Set in an unnamed totalitarian state, this play presents a violent, disturbing portrait of political horror in which an interrogator torments a tortured prisoner and his imprisoned wife and child.