Harold Pinter's Betrayal: A Bittersweet Love Triangle
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The last date listed for Betrayal was Sunday July 27, 2008 / 6:00pm.
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“an exquisite play, brilliantly simple and courageous.” —Newsweek
Betrayal play begins in the present, with the meeting of Emma and Jerry, whose adulterous affair of seven years ended two years earlier. Emma’s marriage to Robert, Jerry’s best friend, is now breaking up, and she needs someone to talk to. Their reminiscences reveal that Robert knew of their affair all along and, to Jerry’s dismay, regarded it with total nonchalance. Thereafter, in a series of contiguous scenes, the play moves backward in time, from the end of the Emma-Jerry affair to its beginning, throwing into relief the little lies and oblique remarks which, in this time reverse, reveal more than direct statements, or overt actions, ever could.
By Harold Pinter
Directed by Lee Eskey
Featuring Sophina Brown (“Shark,” Disney’s The Lion King, “Chappelle’s Show”), Henry Simmons (“NYPD Blue,” “Shark,” “Medea’s Family Reunion”), Rick D. Wasserman (“Swingtown,” Disney’s The Lion King, “24”) and Paul Haitkin (“House,” “Passions”)