Marital infidelity is one of the oldest stories there is. The twist Harold Pinter adds in this 1978 drama, of course, is to use reverse chronology to delineate the unspooling of a seven-year affair. In Maria Aitken's precisely detailed production, the backward-moving narrative casts a refracted, subtly illuminating light. -- Don Aucoin, Globe Staff
They say to write what you know, so Harold Pinter did just that for "Betrayal." The playwright's seven-year affair with Joan Bakewell, wife of director… Show more
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