One of the most innovative elements of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal is not the story of an affair but the reverse chronology with which it is told. As Roger Ebert observes, in his review of the 1983 film, based on Pinter's own screenplay, "The 'Betrayal' structure strips away all artifice. It shows, heartlessly, that the very capacity for love itself is sometimes based on betraying not only other loved ones, but even ourselves." Take a peek into the lives of 2 couples through 11 years, best friends, lovers and the aftermath that follows betrayal.
Part of our Next Stage Series
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* This show has wrapped at South of Broadway Theatre Company