- The GuardianFeb 10 02:00 AM
Debut plays can be instant classics and false starts. From Ibsen’s Catilina to Shaffer’s Five Finger Exercise, they often contain thrilling hints of where a dramatist is heading Imagine that a theatre near you announced a repertoire featuring plays by Edward Albee, Edward Bond, Caryl Churchill, David Hare, Henrik Ibsen, David Mamet and Tom Stoppard. Before you book a season ticket, here’s the ...
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsJan 31 09:00 PM
He served as an artistic member of New York’s Albee-Barr-Wilder Playwrights Unit and directed many plays at the Taper in L.A.
- U-T San DiegoJan 29 04:23 PM
It takes a pretty strong marriage to portray one that’s sinking like a sabotaged battleship in a sea of gin and recriminations.But Robert Smyth and Deborah Gilmour Smyth, the married pair about to play the combative George and Martha in Intrepid Theatre’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” seem downright excited about wading into the brutal dysfunction that drives Edward Albee’s play.
- The Suffolk TimesJan 12 02:24 PM
Starting this week, North Fork Community Theatre will present “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” Edward Albee’s classic drama where George and... Read More
- The Business Times SingaporeFeb 04 02:06 PM
ANYONE looking for solid productions of classic plays might by now be familiar with Nine Years Theatre, a Mandarin theatre company that has staged to much acclaim Edward Albee's Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, Yasmina Reza's Art and Reginal Rose's 12 Angry Men, among others.
- Jackson Free PressJan 13 11:59 AM
(From left to right) JoAnn Robinson (Martha), Annie Cleveland (Honey), David Lind (Nick) and Cullen Douglas (George) rehearse for New Stage Theatre’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”
- Los Angeles TimesJan 15 04:31 PM
They weren't household names, and only one of their faces might be widely recognizable, but the deaths in rapid succession of Myra Carter, Brian Bedford and Alan Rickman represent an incalculable loss of theatrical eloquence and éclat. These were peerless character actors who would have scoffed...
- Backstage.comFeb 08 08:15 AM
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- New York TimesJan 23 05:20 PM
In Norwalk, Conn., a historic property is at the center of a dispute between a developer and preservationists led by the grandnephew of Lucille Lortel, the actress who founded the theater.
- Jackson Free PressFeb 06 10:29 PM
New Stage Theatre presents Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
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