Betrayal


LAURENCE OLIVIER AWARD
BEST PLAY

THE SEMI-AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL PLAY BY NOBELIST
HAROLD PINTER

DIRECTED BY
EVIS GABRIELIDES

Alpha Square returns to stage this December with yet another award-winning play that has marked the history of plwriting. A story inspired by the playwright’s own experiences: Betrayal, by Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter.

One of the major works by the leading English playwright, Betrayal features a number of Pinteresque writing attributes such as the economical dialogue, the hidden emotions, the veiled motivations, dishonesty and (self) deception. A woman, her husband, her lover and their passage through time…

"Pinter's exquisitely crafted play... about the labyrinthine nature of deceit."
Michael Billington 2007

 

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