Daniel Craig & Rachel Weisz to Star on Broadway Together in 'Betrayal'

The next Broadway season is taking shape, and one of the biggest shows will open a few days earlier than expected. Broadway.com is reporting that the latest revival of Harold Pinter's modern classic Betrayal will open on October 27, a week ahead of its previously scheduled debut.

And while Pinter's (arguably) most popular play should be a major draw in its own right, we think the cast will be a major attraction: Real-life husband-and-wife team Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz will play a married couple dealing with infidelity and betrayal (is that a spoiler?). English comedian Rafe Spall also co-stars in the tragicomedy, which famously traces the narrative backwards through time (and later inspired a Seinfeld episode of the same name). The production marks the Broadway debuts of both Weisz and Spall; Craig starred in A Steady Rain with Hugh Jackman several years back. 

Be sure to grab tickets quick for this one: The show will only run for 14 weeks through January 5, 2014, at the Barrymore Theatre on W. 47 St. Visit Telecharge for tickets. 

 

 

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