Betrayal Media Gallery

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  • A Sneak Peek at Betrayal

    "Listen...do you remember...?"

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  • Betrayal Production Photos

    Photo credit: T. Charles Erickson

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  • Betrayal: A Romantic Triangle In Time

    Harold Pinter's razor sharp drama Betrayal explores memory, time, and, of course, betrayal, in all its forms. Learn more in this exclusive video featuring cast members Gretchen Egolf, Mark H. Dold, and Alan Cox, as well as director Maria Aitken, a personal friend of Pinter's. 

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  • Betrayal Costume Design Renderings

    Witness the passage of season and time through the fashions of Harold Pinter's reverse-chronological drama BetrayalCostume design by Nancy Brennan. View on Flickr.

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  • Betrayal Scenic Design Presentation

    Go behind the scenes of the Betrayal set and learn more about the design process with scenic designer Allen Moyer. 

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  • Peter DuBois on Betrayal

    Huntington Artistic Director discusses the upcoming production of Harold Pinter's razor sharp drama Betrayal, directed by Huntington favorite and longtime Pinter collaborator Maria Aitken.

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  • Harold Pinter talks with Charlie Rose

    Playwright Harold Pinter on Charlie Rose, discussing the different perspectives experienced when writing a play and acting out a play.

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Audio

  • Reputations: Harold Pinter

    From TheatreVoice.com: At the end of his birthday week, a day after he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, Pinter’s work is critically assessed by Michael Billington, Dan Rebellato, Charles Spencer and Ian Smith. Aleks Sierz hosts. Recorded live.

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  • Harold Pinter's Betrayal

    From NPR: Nobel laureate Harold Pinter is noted for his use of "silence" as a playwright. Long, tense pauses between his characters became a technique and a trademark of his plays, often making audiences squirm and wonder what people do not — and perhaps cannot — say to one another. We revisit one of Pinter's most well-known plays, Betrayal.

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