There are only five more performances of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Jungle; if you've been considering catching this one before it goes away, don't let the opportunity slip past. This will probably end up being one of the most memorable productions locally this year.
|A portrait of domestic bliss: "Virgina Woolf"|
Edward Albee's dark, bitter portrayal of an academic couple and their younger counterparts on a long, boozy night of mutual destruction is rendered here with startling, unsettling power. In other words, this is a show that might well freak you out, with its intensity and rawness.
The Jungle has a standing policy of offering a $10 discount on rush tickets purchased beginning 30 minutes before the show, but don't cut it too close--sales for closing weekend are reportedly good, although there are still seats available.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? plays through this Sunday. For tickets call 6112.822.7063 or click here.