A bold and exciting piece of theatre by Harold Pinter is the next production that will be staged by the Wagga Wagga School of Arts Community Theatre (SoACT).
Presented by Scobell’s Plumbing, Betrayal will be the only drama performed in the 2017 season by SoACT.
Betrayal is being directed by the well known and experienced director Fay Walters.
Fay has selected the following three actors for her cast… Kylie Gilmore, Ben Gilmore, and Craig Dixon.
The theme of the play is the age old eternal triangle of love and relationships. The script is a bold piece of theatre that describes the complex web of lies and deceit that are spun over a seven year extra marital affair. The outstanding feature of the play is Pinter’s use of reverse chronology to bring the story to life for the audience. The first scene takes place once the affair has ended whilst the final scene occurs before the affair has begun.
Pinter uses some comedy in this play to add to the reality of situations that could be pain filled, but often reversed over a game of Squash.
Betrayal opens on Friday 6th October and runs a six performance season ending on Sunday 15th October with a matinee.