West End Transfer
Tom Hiddleston makes his Broadway debut alongside Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox (Daredevil) in this highly acclaimed revival directed by Jamie Lloyd transferring to the Great White Way direct from London's West End. A frank, dark and yet witty look at a love affair in reverse, Betrayal contains all of the playwright's signature malice and intelligence but is often regarded as the most personal of all Pinter's works, being based on one of his own relationships.
A stand-out of the recent London season, Betrayal garnered glowing reviews from the critics, citing Hiddleston's performance as one of the best in recent years, with the Telegraph enthusing: "Hiddleston displays hypnotic sensitivity in this modern masterpiece."
Last seen on stage in Coriolanus (via a special performance as Hamlet at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts), Hiddleston is a prolific performer whose career has seen him go from Olivier's Best Newcomer in 2008 to the lofty heights of Hollywood as mischievous villain Loki in the Marvel Franchise. But whether you know him as a God or a Danish Prince, its certain that Hiddleston is one of the finest actors of his generation and this is a not to be missed opportunity to see him in his element.