Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
by Edward Albee
May 26-June 11
It’s after two o’clock in the morning. George, a professor, and his wife Martha have had a drink, or more. They’re stumbling home from a Faculty mixer on a quaint little New England college campus - just another night. Just the two of them – off to bed. Well, maybe a night cap.And, don’t forget the guests. We don’t want to forget the guests.
All American Nick, the newest faculty member in the Math Department (or was it Biology?) and his sweet little unassuming slim hipped wife, Honey, have been invited for drinks. At 2am. It’s just a couple of drinks and some games… What could go wrong? After a round of Get the Guests, Humiliate the Host, and Hump the Hostess, it’s time to play Bringing up Baby. And that is where it really, really starts to go wrong for George and Martha.
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NOTE: This production contains adult themes and language, depictions of alcohol use, and intense arguments bordering on violence.
Duration is approximately 3 hours including two intermissions.
Produced by Not Too Loud Productions.
Fridays & Saturdays @ 7:30pm; Sundays @ 2pm.
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