Final Performances of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”
The first weekend of shows of Barron Spotlighters performances of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” went very well and the final shows will be happening this coming February 3-5. Advance tickets are still available for any of these three remaining shows through their website: www.barronspotlighters.org.
The first weekend of shows were extremely well received, and opening night received a standing ovation from many in the audience. Comments from those in attendance this past weekend included: “…everyone did a great job. It was a good show.” Another commenter on Facebook said: “Bravo for taking on this show!” Don’t miss out on your opportunity to see this award-winning drama for the final weekend of performances.
“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is a well-known drama that won a Tony award for Best Play in 1963, as well as Best Actor and Best Actress Tony’s in the same year. It was adapted into a movie in 1966 starring Elizabeth Taylor as Martha. The play provides a wealth of tension, both between the couples on stage as well as between the actors and the audience. It is a great study in the psychology of relationships of all kinds. Learn more about this show and purchase tickets at www.barronspotlighters.org.