written by Edward Albee
directed by Zachary Jackson
with the acting talents of Meg Barton, Pam Huxtable, Curtis King and Ed Williams
Routinely listed as one of the greatest American plays, Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a startling portrayal of realities of life when everything we believe comes crashing down on our heads. When George and Martha invite a new colleague and his wife to their home, the foursome begin a journey towards an uncertain end, with fun and games waiting for them at every turn. Audiences will laugh, cry, and scream as they watch how far people are willing to go to defend the lives they wish they had led.