"Betrayal is the story of a married couple and their friend that takes place in London in the 1970's. The story, which moves back and forth in time, could not be more current, considering the latest media expose of a famous athlete. Tiger, Bill, JFK, John Edwards...the story recurs and recurs. But Pinter asks the questions, What if the wife went outside the marriage? And what if the husband knew? The gritty, funny, explosive answers to such questions are in this story." ~ Lyralen Kaye This production of Betrayal by Harold Pinter marks the third collaboration between Another Country and the Factory Theatre. Best of the Best of 2009 and March Meisner SLAMBoston of 2010 also used Meisner actors in all primary roles; both sold out before performances began. Working with Greg Jutkiewicz, who is a fine producer and master of lighting design, we have an opportunity to create a story that is visually stunning and deeply intimate, so that innovation in design can emphasize the authenticity of Meisner acting. Director Gail Phaneuf brings a new perspective to the romantic triangle and to the issue of infidelity itself. Emphasizing the intoxication and euphoria of love that must be secret, she leads audiences into the highs and lows of this very complicated three-way story.
ACP and the FACTORY COLLABORATION
Another Country Productions and
the Factory Theatre present:
Betrayal by Harold Pinter
at the Boston Center for the Arts Calderwood Pavilion
539 Tremont Street, Boston
May 20 - June 5
Wed & Thur at 7:30pm, Fri & Sat at 8pm, Saturday & Sunday matinees at 3pm, Wed 5/26 matinee at 2pm
$30 for general admission
$27 seniors and students
$35 for premium seating
$23 per ticket for groups of 10 or more!
To view our trailer go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQC6vzj3wx8
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