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Betrayal, written by Harold Pinter, was inspired by Pinter's real-life affair. The opening scene of Betrayal begins at the end of a seven-year-long affair between Emma and Jerry. Told in reverse, the story starts when the affair ends, taking you through the moments that led up to the first Betrayal. Don't miss your chance to see Betrayal! Buy your Betrayal tickets today!
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Betrayal Theater Tickets

Playwright Harold Pinter's Betrayal, written in 1978, tells the story of a love triangle between husband and wife, Emma and Robert, and Emma's husband's best friend, Jerry. Betrayal begins with Jerry and Emma's sordid affair, and as the play unfolds, you'll get to see just how deep it goes. This show is sure to having you on the edge of your seat if your purchase your Betrayal tickets now!

The 2013 production, at the Barrymore Theatre, stars Daniel Craig, Rafe Spall and Rachel Weisz, and it is directed by Tony-winner Mike Nichols. The creative team includes scenic design by Ian MacNeil, costume design by Ann Roth, lighting design by Brian MacDevitt, sound design by Scott Lehrer and original music by James Murphy.

Betrayal won a 1979 Olivier Award for Best New Play and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play (foreign). In 1983, Pinter adapted Betrayal for the silver screen with a film version starring Jeremy Irons, Ben Kingsley and Patricia Hodges. It was directed by David Jones. Prior to the 2013 production, the play was last produced on Broadway in 2000 starring Juliette Binoche, Liev Schreiber and John Slattery.

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