Lies, betrayal, deceit . . . three elements, two plays, one voyeuristic journey into relationships and the humorous complexity of life and love. In Harold Pinter's The Lover, the merits of monogamy are put to the test, exposing an equation in which man plus wife equals quite an unexpected assemblage. Arthur Schnitzler's Bacchanalia makes a mischievous partner for the evening . . .the repercussions of one simple night of unrestricted freedom prove "how paradoxical life can be." Daniel Gerroll directs.