A woman reportedly experienced an ‘other-worldly’ experience while watching Tom Hiddleston’s Broadway Performance, ‘Betrayal’. The whole incident was narrated by an audience member in the performance who in all likelihood was distracted by the moans and continuous spasms. According to the commenter on the ‘All That Chat’ the woman in their row at the performance at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre was a well-dressed “young woman in her thirties,”.
“My companion could feel a rhythmic banging against his armrest, punctuated by occasional low moans and giggles,” the unwitting voyeur said. “[It] got faster and faster until there was one slightly louder ‘Ha’, and she resumed her normal seat position, put her head back and closed her eyes.”
Writing that the woman went for round 2 when during the drama’s climax when Hiddleston walked downstage and passionately kissed-co-star Zawe Ashton, the commentator wrote that the woman went for it all over again she saw her adjusting in her seat, furiously pounding her armrest, then letting out a “Ha”!
Well well, it looks like betrayal did good for once for a woman!
“The show was really wonderful and the cast first-rate,” added the poster, who said this is the strangest behaviour they’ve seen in 55 years of theatre-going while also cautioning “But you might want to avoid seat B-3.”
Zawe and Tom starred in the play with Charlie Cox, where they play a couple whose marriage is torn apart by the wife’s affair with the best friend of her husband.