Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? was first staged in 1962. The play depicts the complexities, bitterness and passion in the marriage of George and Martha; and invites the audience to ‘eavesdrop’ when they invite newlyweds Nick and Honey into their web of lies and deceit.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? won both the Tony Award in 1963, as well as the New York Drama Critic’s Circle award in 1962-3 for best play. It is one of America’s most frequently performed plays, but the content and global message of the play easily translates to any marriage, in any country, at any time.
After the hugely successful and award-winning season of Our Town, Three River Theatre is thrilled to have Jan Gluszyk bring this American classic to the IO Performance Space.
The cast comprises some of Launceston’s finest acting talent. Callum Westwood plays George, Fiona Reilly plays the role of Martha, Lena Reilly plays Honey, and Hamish Wooders plays Nick.
Note mild violence and swearing
IO Performance Space
180 Cimitieres Street, Launceston, TAS 7250
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