“Betrayal” by Harold Pinter is the first play in our Outdoor Summer Series. Famously one of the first plays to move backwards in time, “Betrayal” tells the story of the complex web of lies and deceit that are spun over a seven-year extra-marital affair. Emma is caught in a love triangle between her husband and her lover (who is also her husband’s best friend). But who is betraying whom?

June 17-20 & 26
at 6:00 p.m.
(rain dates: June 24-27)
Tickets: $20.00

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EmmaNina Lionetti
JerryKevin Vislocky
RobertDerek Tarson
DirectorDerek Tarson
WriterHarold Pinter
Stage ManagerSam Negin
ProducerT. Eric Collins

Seating Information

As Betrayal will be performed outdoors, with limited space, tickets must be purchased in advance. Guests will also be responsible for providing their own seats. Lawn & Beach chairs, blankets and/or towels are all welcome. Each party will have their own designated area based on group size.


In the interests of safety, “Betrayal” will be staged completely outside behind the playhouse. This will allow for proper social distancing. The building will be available only for restrooms and open for refreshments during intermission only with a limited number of patrons allowed inside at one time. Sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer will be provided. Audience members will be required to wear masks throughout the performance. Actors, who will not be wearing masks, will maintain social distance from the audience.