SynopsisOver the course of seven years, Emma and Jerry hide a love affair from Robert, Emma's husband and Jerry's best friend. The classic play of marriage and infidelity from the 2005 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature reveals all of the doubts, worries, jealousies and ecstasies of relationships.
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Cast & Artists
- Lighting Design: Robert Christen
- Stage Manager: Laura D. Glenn
- Sound Design: Andrew Hansen
- Author: Harold Pinter
- Scenic Design: Todd Rosenthal
- Assistant Director: Katie Schoeneck
- Directed by: ensemble member Rick Snyder
- Assistant Stage Manager: Deb Styer
- Costume Design: Nan Zabriskie
- Dialect Coach: Linda Gates
"A sharply etched revival! All the pain, rage, tension, and acerbic humor become palpable!"
Scenic Designer Todd Rosenthal talks about the evolution of his design.
Artistic Director Martha Lavey discusses Pinter's use of unconventional structure in this classic of modern drama.
Margaret Lebron looks back at Steppenwolf's long history with Pinter's work.
Josh Wolff explores the politics of Pinter and the politics of relationships in Betrayal.