Written by Edward Albee
Directed by Jacqueline McElroy-Poquette
Winner of three Tony Awards (including Best Play of 1963) and later turned into a landmark film with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, playwright Edward Albee's smash drams is set on the campus of a small New England college.
George, an Associate Professor of History and his wife Martha, daughter of the College's president, invite a new professor and his wife home for a nightcap. As the cocktails flow, the young couple find themselves caught in the crossfire of a savage marital war where the combatants attack the self deceptions they forged for their own survival.
"...while "Virginia Woolf" may be the most vicious portrait of a marriage this side of Strindberg, it is also - deeply and truly - a love story."
-Ben Brantley, NY Times
|Kathleen Ruland||Assistant to the Director|
|Michael Smith||Set Design/ Construction & Photography|
|James Dolan||Set Decor|
|Lynne Lupfer||Set Decor|
|Ray Poquette||Lighting Designer|
|Tim Larsen||Sound Designer|
|Ruth Morley||Costume Design/ Hair|
|Anne Giesemann||Properties/ Crew|
|Jill Hendrickson||Lighting Operator|
|Paul Reitnauer III||Sound Operator|
|Margie Druss Fodor||Workday Photography|
|Stephen Kaplan||Program Notes|
|Marisa Dolkart||Stage Manager|