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Ethel Barrymore Theater
243 West 47th Street
1 hour and 30 minutes no intermission
October 27, 2013 (Limited Engagement - January 5, 2014)
Dramatic Play
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Playwright Harold Pinter's epic dramatic masterwork "Betray" is set to open for it's Broadway run this fall season!. The dramatic play is considered by many to be the writers best and most intriguing work. The play is based on Pinter's personal experiences with an extramarital affair with BBC Television presenter Joan Bakewell. The production is set for an official opening night on October 27, 2013 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. The play is slated for a limited run and final curtain is scheduled for January 5, 2014. The Latest Broadway revival stars popular screen actor Daniel Craig in the lead and sure to be a draw for this exciting new Broadway production.

Harold Pinter wrote his Masterwork "Betrayal" in 1978. Pinter is best know as a Nobel Prize-winning English playwright, screenwriter, director and actor. Today Pinter is received and renowned for being one of Britain's most influential and important dramatic writers. His other popular works include The Birthday Party (1957), The Homecoming (1964). Born on October 10, 1930 , the Playwrights work spans over 50 years. Harold Pinter's accolades include the directing of close to fifty productions for the stage, theatre and screen. The British writer received over fifty awards and honours, which included the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2005 and the French Légion d'honneur in 2007. Pinter was diagnosed with cancer in 2001, but continued to work including acting for the screen and stage until succumbing to liver cancer on December 24 2008. "Betrayal" tells the dramatic tale of a secret love affair. The story explores the emotional content within the acts of betrayal. The use of economical dialogue and writing while exploring the different characters motives and agenda's including much dishonesty and deception. The writing is also quite innovative as it tells the story in reverse between the years 1977 and 1968. The play actually begins with the end of the love affair in 1977 and works in reverse to uncover the destruction of a marriage and friendship.

The play stars a cast of Daniel Craig as Robert, his real-life wife Rachel Weisz as Emma, and Rafe Spall as Jerry under the direction of Mike Nichols. Other cast members include Stephen DeRosa, Antony Hagopian, Alex Moggridge, Lucy Taylor. "Betrayal" originally premiered on Broadway on January 5, 1980 where the production enjoyed 170 performances before closing on at the Trafalgar Theatre on May 31, 1980. In 2000 a revival production was launched at the American Airlines Theatre which starred Juliette Binoche, Live Schreiber, and John Slattery. The play also enjoyed worldwide success at different venues including the productions debut at London's West End National Theatre on November 15, 1978. The 2013 Broadway revival of "Betray" is sure to see success along the "Great White Way" this season. Though the production has to compete with the Broadway holiday season and huge block buster holiday shows, those looking for a dramatic play need look no further. With a great cast and fantastic writing Harold Pinter's masterwork is sure to gain an audience despite the competition. Make sure to check it out before is closes!
Tickets Information
Betrayal tickets are now on sale at the box office for between $57.00 to $152.00. Premium seats and sold out show time are costing between $65.00 and $850.00. You can view our great selection of Betrayal tickets online by clicking the link.

Show Times

Wed - Sat - Sun2pm
Tue & Thu 7pm
Wed - Fri - Sat Sat 8pm

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Daniel Craig
Rachel Weisz
Rafe Spall
Stephen DeRosa
Antony Hagopian
Alex Moggridge
Lucy Taylor


Direction - Mike Nichols
Scenic Design - Ian MacNeil
Costume Design - Ann Roth
Lighting Design - Brian MacDevitt
Sound Design - Scott Lehrer
Original Music - James Murphy
Projection/Video Design Finn Ross

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