Harold Pinter

Betrayal

Directed by Goran Susljik

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Duration 1h 30 min no interval
Première 15.12.2013.

A deceptively traditional story involving a love triangle that takes us on a journey through marriage, infidelity, duplicity, deception and betrayal. Harold Pinter created a world where love is simultaneously glorified and reviled.

The play was written in 1978 and was first performed that same year at the National Theatre in London, directed by Peter Hall, who directed it again in 2003 at the same theatre as well as in 1980 at the Trafalgar Theatre in New York. After a number of productions around the world, it opened in November, at Barrymore Theatre on Broadway with Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz in the main roles, directed by Mike Nichols.

This production is directed by Goran Šušljik as part of final exam for his MA studies supervised by Slobodan Unkovski.

Nebojša Dugalić won the Miloš Žutić award for his performance in this production.

 

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Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
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Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic