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BETRAYAL The American university in Cairo Performing and Visual Arts opened its 1998 Spring Season on February 13th in Wallace Theater on campus with Harold Pinters play Betrayal This play was directed by Eric Grischkat and the costume design was made by Timaree Mc Cormick AUC students have strongly participated in the designing lighting setting directing and in acting These students were Noha Farouk Shereef Bishay Karim Bishay Ramsi Lehner and Alaa Shalaby Betrayal is play that tell the story of two very close friends Robert and Jerry Both of them were married and had children Both families loved and respected each other However this did not last long because betrayals took place This play includes eight betrayals therefore one can obviously see how well fit the title is to the main theme of the play In the first place Emma resorted to betraying her husband because she did not find true love with him so she thought she could find it with Jerry However she failed this time too and so she tried Casey Robert was not the right person for Emma as he was so cold There is nothing that moves him even when he knew that Emma was betraying him he was only concerned with whether Ned was his son or not This is not the normal action of any husband who have just found out that his wife has been betraying him with his best friend for five whole years Pinter has written this play in an unusual way Its actions move from the latter to the former ie the play began in the year 1977 and ended in 1968 Pinter said that the most effective way to handle this play was by moving backwards I agree with him because if it moved normally from the oldest to the latest it would not have been that interesting Eric
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