WINNER OF TONY AWARD FOR “BEST PLAY”

NOMINATED FOR PULITZER PRIZE

Run Time: TBD

AN ELECTRIC EVENING IN THE THEATRE” – The New York Times

Join us for a stunning new production of Edward Albee’s timeless masterpiece of miscommunication, starring Atlanta stage and film legend, Tess Malis Kincaid. On the campus of a small New England college, George and Martha invite a new professor and his wife home for a nightcap. As the cocktails flow, the young couple find themselves trapped in a savage battle of wits and wills.  With some of the best dialogue ever written for the stage, this unforgettable, dark, and hilarious play is the must see theatrical event of the season.

Please Note: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf tackles mature and complex themes, including marital discord, infidelity and uses strong adult language and outdated cultural attitudes about race and gender. We recommend this show for audiences ages seventeen and older.
Run Time: 90 Minutes
Please Note: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf tackles mature and complex themes, including marital discord, infidelity and uses strong adult language and outdated cultural attitudes about race and gender. We recommend this show for audiences ages seventeen and older.

AN ELECTRIC EVENING IN THE THEATRE” – The New York Times

WINNER OF TONY AWARD FOR “BEST PLAY”
NOMINATED FOR PULITZER PRIZE

Join us for a stunning new production of Edward Albee’s timeless masterpiece of miscommunication, starring Atlanta stage and film legend, Tess Malis Kincaid. On the campus of a small New England college, George and Martha 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 battle of wits and wills.  With some of the best dialogue ever written for the stage, this unforgettable, dark, and hilarious play is the must see theatrical event of the season.