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Technical problem in Craig, Weisz's Broadway show

Los Angeles, Dec 3 : Actors Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz's Broadway show "Betrayal" stalled for a few minutes after some technical problem occurred.


It shows the married couple in the roles of Robert and Emma in the revival of Harold Pinter's 1978 play, which tells the story of a woman's affair with her husband's friend.

The show experienced a halt of 15 minutes, but the cast decided to resume the performance.

"The show's automation failed after Scene 2, into Scene 3, necessitating manual set changes for the rest of the performance," said the representative of the production.

"There was a 15-minute pause following the breakdown during which the cast made the decision to continue the performance," the representative added.

There was a request of refund or exchange by some people from the audience.

"Of the 1,100 people in the sold-out audience, there were less than 10 requests for refunds or exchanges," the representative said.

--IANS (Posted on 03-12-2013)

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