Betrayal, with Casebier, Podulke and Christopher, Opens at Seattle Rep Feb. 25

News   Betrayal, with Casebier, Podulke and Christopher, Opens at Seattle Rep Feb. 25
The Seattle Repertory Theatre production of Harold Pinter's dramatic love triangle Betrayal officially opens Feb. 25.

Cheyenne Casebier portrays Emma, the woman at the center of the affair, with Alex Podulke as Robert, David Christopher Wells as Jerry and John Farrage as the Waiter.

Staged by Braden Abraham, Pinter's time-bending 75-minute drama began its Seattle run Feb. 19 and continues through March 22 in the Leo K. Theatre.

In Betrayal, press notes state, "a woman's illicit relationship with her husband's best friend is played out in reverse, from the end of the affair to their first encounter. As the play unfolds backwards in time, Pinter's innovative structure and spare language paint an unflinching and riveting portrait of deception."

Betrayal has scenic design by Etta Lilienthal, costume design by Frances Kenny, lighting design by L.B. Morse and sound design by Obadiah Eaves.

For tickets phone (206) 443-2222, toll free at (877) 900-9285 or online at Seattle Repertory Theatre is located at 155 Mercer Street in Seattle, WA.


Founded in 1963, Seattle Repertory Theatre was awarded the 1990 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre. With an emphasis on entertaining plays of true dramatic and literary worth, Seattle Rep produces a subscription season of plays along with educational programs, new play workshops and special presentations.

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