Spend an unforgettable evening on an emotional rollercoaster of a play that is wickedly funny. Albee's exact weaving of comedy and tragedy makes for an unsettling but highly entertaining evening.
Edward Albee (who died in 2016 and this production is dedicated to) won the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play with Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. It is considered a masterpiece of American drama. Albee's dazzling use of language and his unforgettable characters have left indelible marks on the American Theater psyche.