Grandstreet Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Martha (Leah Joki) brays at George's expense (Chris Korow).

by Edward Albee

Jan 15-30, 2010
Thurs-Sat at 8 pm
Sunday matinee: Jan 24 at 2 pm

“Unless you’re carrying on like a hyena,
you’re not having any fun.”

You are cordially invited for cocktails with “America’s first couple,” George and Martha. Fun and games guaranteed!

In 1963, Virginia Woolf won the Tony and the NYC Drama Critics’ Circle awards for “Best Play.” Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, Albee’s bumpy ride about marriage in America is now considered one of the best American dramas.

The new couple in town, Nick & Honey, make an after-party visit to George & Martha: the perpetual Assistant Professor & his wife, the daughter of the University’s President. But the games that George & Martha play aren’t all harmless. Then enter: their son…

This is one drama you won’t soon forget!

* Contains profanity & adult themes.


Tickets
  • Early reservations
    For Season Pass Holders: Dec 21 & 22, Jan 4
    Call 447-1574, 12-5 pm weekday afternoons
  • General tickets
    On sale Jan 5

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