Bay Street Theatre to Present Betrayal in 2003

News   Bay Street Theatre to Present Betrayal in 2003 The Bay Street Theatre's 2003 season will include a new production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal. The show will play in June. The rest of the season is yet to be announced.

Daniel Gerroll will act and star in the three-hander, the story of a man, his wife and his best friend, which Pinter famously tells in reverse chronology. Gerroll will play the betrayed husband opposite his real-life wife, Patricia Kalember. The third actor has not been cast.

This is the third season at the Sag Harbor, Long Island, theatre to include a Gerroll-Kalember production. In 2001, the couple starred in a Gerroll-directed mounting of Rupert Holmes' Accomplice. And last year, the two reassumed the same duties in Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit—a rendition that also starred Twiggy and Dana Ivey and won rosy reviews.

More than a decade ago, Gerroll and Kalember starred in Betrayal, at the Berkshire Theatre Festival. On that occasion, Gerroll played the best friend.

Gerroll's Off-Broadway credits include House and Garden at Manhattan Theatre Club, Ghosts at CSC and the current Shanghai Moon at Drama Dept.

Kalember was last seen Off-Broadway in Y2K. She starred in the New York premieres of the Larry Shue hits, The Foreigner and The Nerd.