1245 Jefferson Blvd, Warwick
Current Play: Jan. 25 - Feb. 18. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee, directed by Steve Kidd
About the play: From its Tony Award-winning debut for best play (1963) to its many revivals on the modern stage, Edward Albee’s masterful 3-act play is an explosively comedic and harrowing masterpiece. On the heels of a university faculty party, middle-aged professor George and his wife, Martha, invite campus newcomers Nick and Honey over for drinks. What starts as harmless patter escalates to a full night of vicious, booze-fueled barbs, as the unwitting young couple is drawn into their hosts’ all-out marital warfare. By sunrise, all secrets are laid bare and none of them will ever be the same. A landmark of the American theater and arguably Albee’s best work, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? explores the illusions we create in the face of painful truths and life’s uncertainty.
“Mr. Albee’s scalding drama … still retains the bantam energy and strong bite of its youth.” -- The New York Times
With Pass: Buy one get one free. Limit 2 discounted tickets per pass. Limit 1 pass per card holder. Excludes Saturday night and Sunday matinee. Not reservable. First-come, first-served.
To Redeem: Visit the Gamm Theatre website for availability. Obtain the library pass first. Purchase your ticket(s) in person at the box office or by phone at 401-723-4266. Library pass must be presented at time of purchase or at will-call.