Betrayal Barrymore Theatre Tickets
Inspired by his own real life story, the writer, Harold Pinter wrote ‘Betrayal’ to show how the power of love can cause people not only to betray their loved ones, but at times even themselves. Hailed as one of Pinter’s master pieces, the complexities of the play has the audience gripped throughout. The play was first staged at the National Theatre in November 1978. Soon after it took stage, the play won a Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play in 1979. Betrayal Barrymore Theatre Tickets offers the chance to witness a play narrated in sparse dialogue and very simple set changes. The dark and emotionally touching play grasps attention through the acting and setting of the ensuing acts.
The deeply personal yet quite universal drama unfolds as a love triangle emerges between wife, husband and his best friend. Emma is married to Robert, whose best friend jerry confesses his love for Emma at a party. Told in reverse chronology with the beginning scene of the story as the last scene of the play, the audience is made to feel remorse and experience the corrosive nature of betrayal; marveling at how things were in the beginning.
The chemistry will become palpable, as real life couple Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, play the role of Robert and Emma. Under the proficient direction of Tony and Academy Award winner, Mike Nichols, the play will come to life at the Barrymore Theatre, Madison, Wisconsin.