Nobel Prize-Winning Author Harold Pinter's Betrayal at the Steppenwolf
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The last date listed for Betrayal was Sunday May 27, 2007 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Steppenwolf Upstairs Theatre:
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Steppenwolf Theatre Company continues its 31st season with Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, directed by ensemble member Rick Snyder, featuring ensemble members Tracy Letts and Amy Morton, and one of the company's newest ensemble members, Ian Barford. Also featured is Guy Barile.
“Steppenwolf is fortunate to be able to experience this play in the hands of director Rick Snyder and actors, Tracy Letts, Amy Morton and Ian Barford,” states artistic director Martha Lavey. “All have worked frequently on the Steppenwolf stage; all have worked with one another for years. The deep information that they share, as colleagues and friends, will surely inform their work on Betrayal—a play of intimacy and time.”
Harold Pinter received the Nobel Prize in Literature in December 2005. A British theater artist, screenwriter and political activist, his additional plays include The Birthday Party, The Caretaker, The Homecoming and Old Times.
Ensemble member Rick Snyder last directed Last of the Boys in the Downstairs Theatre, featuring ensemble members Tracy Letts, Mariann Mayberry and Amy Morton. Other directing credits include Orange Flower Water and The Fall to Earth for Steppenwolf.
Ensemble members Tracy Letts and Amy Morton last appeared together in The Well-Appointed Room at Steppenwolf. This season, Steppenwolf premieres Tracy Letts’ new work, August: Osage County, featuring Amy Morton and other members of the Steppenwolf ensemble. Ian Barford enjoys his first turn on the stage at Steppenwolf as an ensemble member; his previous STC credits include Love Song, Lost Land and The Libertine. Guy Barile makes his Steppenwolf debut.
Members of the ensemble include Shane Kenyon, Nettie Kraft, Pamela R. Maurer and Ben Snyder.
The designers of Betrayal are Todd Rosenthal (set), Robert Christen (lights), Nan Zabriskie (costumes) and Andrew Hansen (sound). The stage manager is Laura D. Glenn and Deb Styer is the assistant stage manager.