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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
By: Edward Albee
Starring: Betty Burns, Bruce Dillman, Delisa Freistadt, and Sean Green. Directed by: Matt Hammons.
Set in a home on the campus of a small New England college, the play focuses on the volatile relationship of a middle-aged couple: associate history professor George (Dillman) and his hard-drinking wife Martha (Burns), the daughter of the college president.
It’s 2:00 a.m. on a Sunday morning, and they have returned from one of her father’s gatherings. Martha announces she has invited a young couple–Nick (Green), a young, good-looking, newly appointed instructor, and his mousey wife Honey (Freistadt)–to join them for late-night drinks. George is disturbed because she did so without consulting him first, prompting Martha to launch into the first of many loud and lengthy tirades during which she taunts and criticizes him. Knowing his wife is drunk and quite lewd, he asks her to behave herself when they arrive, and when the doorbell rings …
March 19 – April 4th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $15 Advanced and $18 at the Door. EVERY THURSDAY IS NOW PAY WHAT YOU CAN! That’s right, got $1? Great, got $1,000? We’ll take it. Pay-what-you-can Thursdays are offered by the Blue Room to make sure theater is available and affordable for EVERYONE. Don’t be shy, bring what you can and come watch the show.
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Sunday March 29th is the Actor’s Benefit Show, with all proceeds going to the cast and crew.
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