New York City
Late at night in a house on a small New England campus, a drinks party turns into an emotional battleground as two couples are drawn into a merciless ritual of mutual humiliation. By turns harrowing and grimly humorous, Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? looks into the very heart of marital darkness. William Carden directs.
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