Adultery's corrosive power is not merely derived from physical transgression, from fleeting acts of passion that leave no visible trace. The burn comes when secrets are created, when truth is betrayed by innocuous lies and fleeting omissions. Eventually reality becomes a hollowed-out thing, a shadow play of surfaces that makes a difficult world even harder to take. This realization is at the core of... More >>>
By Ann Marsden
If drinking don't kill me, your memory will: Michelle O' Neill, Bob Davis, and J.C. Cutler in Harold Pinter's corrosive 'Betrayal'