https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Breaking-Tom-Hiddleston-Zawe-Ashton-And-Charlie-Cox-Will-Lead-BETRAYAL-On-Broadway-20190627 I saw this in March in London and thought it was brilliant. I can’t wait to see it again.
Is it me or has there been A LOT of West End transfers recently?
I don't care what "names" are in it. We just had this snoozefest on Broadway what feels like 2 months ago.Hard pass.
I saw this production in London -- it was fantastic! I'd definitely see it again.
Super excited. Who is producing this?
HBBrock said: "I don't care what "names" are in it. We just had this snoozefeston Broadway what feels like 2 months ago."The last revival was 6 years ago.
This is amazings news.
Jordan Catalano said: "The last revival was 6 years ago."That's true, but for a Pinter play that feels VERY soon. That being said, hopefully it'll erase the memory of the last revival which was, to put it mildly, tepid.
I will say that it had the largest stage door crowd I have ever seen for a play in London. 200-300 fans (mostly teenage girls) waiting every night for Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Cox!
bjh2114 said: "hopefully it'll erase the memory of the last revival which was, to put it mildly, tepid."but Stephen DeRosa was very good.
Hiddleston's blazing firy adequacy as an actor will make this one of the most easily skippable productions to slither out of the West End in a long time.
Jordan Catalano said: "Yeah i saw the stage door as well and was shocked how crowded it was. But the guy at the theatre told me they all always sign and took pics with everyone. I think that’s pretty cool of them. "Not really. Zawe and Charlie walked the line and took pictures with/signed for everyone that wanted them to. Tom stood in the front and people had to walk up to him. He took pictures and signed for maybe 30 people on the average per performance, mostly 10-15 minutes max. It was madness. People left 10 minutes before the end of the play to be first in line (they checked tickets, people who didn’t see the show that particular night were not allowed to line up). The theatre tried to control the early leavers but never quite managed it until the end... However the play was amazing and I would love to see it again. But I’ve just been to New York and coming back from Europe on such a short notice would be horribly expensive and very difficult... Damn...
bandit964 said: "Super excited.Who is producing this?"The Jamie Lloyd Company production of Betrayal is produced on Broadway by Ambassador Theatre Group, Benjamin Lowy Productions, Glass Half Full Productions, and Gavin Kalin Productions.
I saw it in London a few weeks ago and enjoyed it. To me, Charlie Cox completely steals the show.
Oh, gosh. Is it WAY too soon for another revival, or was the last one just a total dud? I can't quite work up any enthusiasm for this in spite of the rave reviews in London.
Anyone see a ticket onsale date?
10086sunset said: "Anyone see aticket onsale date?"From the article: American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Friday, June 28 at 10:00am (EST) through Tuesday, July 9 at 9:59am (EST) by visiting www.Telecharge.com or calling 212-239-6200. Audience Rewards® members will have access to tickets beginning Tuesday, July 9. Tickets will go on-sale to the general public beginning Monday, July 15.
Totally missed that. Thanks AllThatJazz2
yeesh another revival of this, meanwhile Annie Baker Brendon Jacobs Jenkins, Anne Washburn still are waiting for their broadway debuts
I had no desire to see the last revival mostly because of the cast. This I will see.
This is very exciting.
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