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    After selling out at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre earlier this year, director Jamie Lloyd’s lauded revival of Betrayal crosses over to Broadway. Starring Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox, this minimalist but moving production opens at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.

    Betrayal is the story of an affair between gallery owner Emma and her husband’s best friend Jerry. Notable for its reverse chronology, the play opens with a farewell between lovers and closes with the drunken sparks of affection seven years prior. Full of various acts of betrayal, it features Pinter’s trademark sparse dialogue, heavy pauses and cutting humour.

    Tom Hiddleston plays cuckolded husband Robert, with Zawe Ashton as Emma and Charlie Cox as Jerry. All three mark their Broadway debuts with Betrayal.

    Hiddleston was last seen on stage in Hamlet (2017) and won an Olivier Award for Cymbeline (2007). He has received wide acclaim as Loki in the Thor movies and won a Golden Globe for The Night Manager.

    Zawe Ashton is best recognized as Vod in Fresh Meat, and previously worked with Jamie Lloyd on The Maids in the West End. She most recently appeared in art-horror film Velvet Buzzsaw.

    Charlie Cox was the star of Marvel’s Daredevil series and will be familiar to US audiences for Boardwalk Empire. Like Ashton, he’s no stranger to collaboration with Jamie Lloyd, having acted in his revival of The Lover & The Collection.

    Betrayal is produced by director Jamie Lloyd’s company and the Ambassador Theatre Group. Lloyd has an impressive catalogue of work, with his Pinter at the Pinter season bringing together actors and directors to celebrate the writer's one-act plays.

    Sure to be an affecting and phenomenally acted take on Pinter’s classic, Betrayal runs at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre from August 14, with an opening night on September 5.

    Performance dates: 07 Dec 2019 - 08 Dec 2019

    Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes (no intermission)

    Age recommendation: Recommended 14+

    Special notice: Any fans of Tom Hiddleston won’t want to miss this opportunity to experience his powerful stage presence. With all three leads receiving stellar reviews in London, tickets for Betrayal are also a great choice for Pinter fans wanting to catch a fresh take on his work.

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    Latest Audience Reviews

    It is one 90-minute act. Goes by fast. There are moments of complete silence when you can hear the neighbors... More

    MartyGoesToBroadway 11 Sep 2019

    It is one 90-minute act. Goes by fast. There are moments of complete silence when you can hear the neighbors breathing. The play is intense. Very depend on the performers. I wonder what it would be like with a different cast, because the current cast definitely was the reason I enjoyed it. When buying tickets, keep in mind that performers do not come out after the weekend matinees. If you are set on meeting them at the stage door, you need to get evening tickets.

    MartyGoesToBroadway 11 Sep 2019

    The acting is great and the story (about a marriage falling apart) is compelling. This particular show... More

    amys6 11 Sep 2019

    The acting is great and the story (about a marriage falling apart) is compelling. This particular show is very quiet, with long pauses. I was able to hear (and was then frustratingly distracted by) people crinkling their candies, coughing, watches and cell phones beeping and ringing, etc. in a way that was more evident than in other shows.

    amys6 11 Sep 2019

    Amazing show with an incredibly talented cast. Tom Hiddleston & Charlie Cox both of whom I've seen in... More

    KathleenCasaceli 02 Sep 2019

    Amazing show with an incredibly talented cast. Tom Hiddleston & Charlie Cox both of whom I've seen in Marvel movies & TV shows worked so well together you believed they were best friends.

    KathleenCasaceli 02 Sep 2019

    I'm really glad I got to finally see this play. The actors we're okay, I just couldn't help thinking,... More

    bradleyl 04 Sep 2019

    I'm really glad I got to finally see this play. The actors we're okay, I just couldn't help thinking, as someone who used to direct theater, all things I would have rather done with it. It was incredibly minimal and I just thought it would have been more exciting with a set and having the actors do more with props and things like that.

    bradleyl 04 Sep 2019
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    denisel5 Top 200 reviewer29 Jan 2020
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