The Lover is an Intelligent, interesting and intriguing one-act by Harold Pinter that examines the private complexities of a modern married couple. To the society and surroundings, Sarah and Richard are a respectable, conventional suburban couple. Behind closed doors, however, the couple enjoys a surprising and intriguing arrangement: every day, when Richard goes out at his work, Sarah’s lover comes into the house while Richard, frequently visits a prostitute in the city. Yet, the two speak openly to each other of their extramarital affairs without jealousy, judgment, or anger. As we learn more about Sarah and Richard’s affairs, we see how a modern married couple has found an unconventional way to cope with extramarital temptation. You need to witness it live to understand their secret key of success to sustain love care and understanding in their relationship. This one-act play by Pinter contains the laughs, tears, and tensions that arise from the social intricacies of modern life and beautiful complexities of love.