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Alley Stage Presents Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
Meet George, the sad-sack college professor, and Martha, his outspoken wife. The play opens with George and Martha returning home after a long evening of socializing in a Northeastern college town. Martha reveals that she has invited guests over. When the guests arrive, the gloves come off, and George and Martha treat the unsuspecting couple to an evening they won’t soon forget. Alley Stage’s production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” brings Madison theatre favorites, and husband and wife, Tony Trout and Karen Moeller onstage together for the first time. In this darkly comedic play, depicting the tumultuous relationship and alcohol-induced antics of George and Martha, Trout and Moeller bring to life Albee’s troubled couple. Adding to the fun are Whitney Derendinger and Lydia Thompson, as George and Martha’s unsuspecting guests. Bruce Bradley, as director, masterfully explores the highs and lows of the couples’ relationships and makes the audience the voyeurs of this late evening that goes from social niceties to in-your-face drama. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online at www.shakeragalleycom/alley-stage-shows or by calling the Shake Rag Alley office at 608.987.3292. Please note: adult language is used in this play.
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