Oak Park Festival Theatre presents Betrayal by Harold Pinter
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The last date listed for Betrayal was Saturday November 13, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Scott S.
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The play was good, but the set up was very different. It was a little distracting to have them changing clothes on stage in between scenes. we're used to the scenery change but the clothing was a little wierd. Also they said a 90 minute presentation with no intermission. It started at 8:30 and we were in the car and on our way home at 9:45...no way this was a 90 min. show.
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The actors were talented and did an excellent job. The theater space is very small, and the temperature of the room was a little too cold. I also found it somewhat distracting watching the actors move the furniture around to change the scenes.
Nobel Prize, Tony, and Olivier Award winner Harold Pinter is one of the most celebrated and influential playwrights in the English language. His masterpiece, Betrayal, is a dangerous, funny, sexy, and deeply personal journey backward–from the end, to the beginning of a seven year affair between Jerry and Emma, the wife of Jerry’s best friend. The play’s unique structure, with Pinter’s trademark economy of language and silence, sets the stage for a thrilling meditation on marriage, passion, trust, and friendship.