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Daniel Craig on Broadway in Betrayal

By: FSWL team
Daniel Craig Broadway Betrayal
Daniel Craig and his gorgeous wife Rachel Weisz plays the lead roles in Betrayal, a new play on Broadway in New York during 14 weeks only. Tickets go on sale on September 3, 2013. A preview will be held on October 1.

Betrayal uses reverse chronology to tell the story of Robert (played by Daniel Craig), whose wife, Emma (Rachel Weisz), is having an affair with his friend Jerry (Rafe Spall), a literary agent.

Betrayal is written by Harold Pinter with original music by James Murphy.

Creative team:
Director: Mike Nichols
Set Designer: Ian MacNeil
Costume Designer: Ann Roth
Lighting Designer: Brian MacDevitt
Sound Designer: Scott Lehrer

Photo above:
The marquee for Betrayal at the Barrymore Theatre in New York.

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