New York City
Aurora Theatre Company closes its twelth season with Harold Pinter’s ultimate ‘triangular relationship’ drama, Betrayal. A sly comedy of sexual manners, this three-character play is a study of marital infidelity. Famous for dramatizing the story of a wife’s seven-year affair with her husband’s best friend in reverse chronological order, the play begins with a meeting long after the liason is over, and ends with the pass at a party that started it all. Tom Ross directs this probing, revelatory piece.