With seats scarce and ticket prices through the roof,
"Betrayal," which officially opened Sunday at the
The show has been helped by premium-ticket pricing, which allows producers to charge more for certain seats on popular nights. The top ticket price for "Betrayal" has been $423.
Rounding out the principal cast is Rafe Spall, the rising British actor who is the son of actor
First performed in 1978, "Betrayal" is often revived throughout the world. A movie version in 1983 featured Jeremy Irons and
What did critics think of the latest production?
Ben Brantley of the
Linda Winer of Newsday wrote that Nichols' direction colors the characters in "with robust clarity and broadens the wit to sex-comedy humor." As a result, this may be "the least Pinteresque 'Betrayal' we will ever see."
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