Betrayal By Harold Pinter [Theater]

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[Performances at the Pocket are $10 online and $14 at the door. Online sales close 4pm day of show.]

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Show Description -
Welcome to Pocket Theater’s first dose of Harold Pinter, one of the most critically acclaimed playwrights of the last century. Betrayal is a tightly wound study of an extramarital affair told backwards over the course of nine years, from end to beginning. In this intimate, contemporary production, Pinter's play delivers a terse, blackly comic dissection of marriage, friendship, art, and ego a brutally honest look at the intertwining themes of longing and deception.


Featuring -
Directed by Brian Toews
Stage Manager by Kayla Imrisek
Costumes/Hair/Make-Up by Erika Jacobson
Lighting by Lyssandra Norton
Amanda Keogh
Ezra Homison
Mario Orallo-Molinaro


Producer bio -
Brian Toews is a playwright, director and actor and is excited to make his directorial debut in Seattle. He will be assistant directing Theater Schmeater's outdoor theater adaptation of The Epic of Gilgamesh with J.D. Lloyd at Volunteer Park in Capitol Hill, opening July 11.

Kayla Imrisek is very excited to be stage managing her first show in Seattle. Previously, Kayla has worked on several productions in Bellingham, WA including Three Days of Rain, The Nerd, and Asylum: A Devised Piece.

Erika Jacobson is a Seattle based makeup and costume artist. She started her business Blood Orange Designs this past May, where she primarily does special effects makeup, weddings, cosplay costumes, or theatrical and film projects. She hopes to work on more productions, emergency preparedness medical drills, and other projects as her company grows.

Lyssandra Norton is a maker of things and supporter of art. Playwright, stage manager, events coordinator, and devo extraordinary.

Amanda Keogh is an actor experienced in Commedia and Devising theatrical forms.

Ezra Homison is a multi-disciplinary artist, playwright, performer, and director. He performs regularly with Conspiratio (an Early Music ensemble) and Les Bouffons des Battes (his own Commedia dell Arte-inspired company), and he is an avid practitioner of classical and historical fencing. Ezra works as an architectural model maker, and is a staff member at the UW School of Drama.

Mario Orallo-Molinaro is an actor, theatre educator and improviser and is excited to make his debut at the Pocket Theatre. Mario recently got selected to participate in the 2015 Intiman Emerging Artist Program (IEAP) this summer.
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