Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
ITINERANT THEATRE BRINGS ACCLAIMED MODERN CLASSIC “WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF” TO LAKE AREA MAY 16-17 AND 22-24, 2014 AT IMPERIAL CALCASIEU MUSEUM
Itinerant Theatre (IT) proudly brings to the Lake Area its production of the Edward Albee masterpiece and modern classic Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. This fast-paced production runs for two-weekends at the Imperial Calcasieu Museum, co-host for this production. Performance dates are May 16, 17, 22, 23 and 24 in The Gibson Barham Gallery of the Museum, 204 W. Sallier Street, Lake Charles, LA. Tickets are $15 or $10 for students. Curtain is 7:00pm sharp. There will be two intermissions. This play is for mature audiences.
This brilliantly written, gripping four-actor play is set in pre-feminist 1962 New England and is an exploration of modern marriage, its illusions, limitations and poignant hopes. This wickedly humorous, yet tragic, alcohol-laced play has shadowings of the absurd, twists and turns, and may be considered a poignant love story.
The professional Lake Area cast includes Frank Cooper as George, Joy Pace as Martha, Ronald Doyle as Nick and Jordan Ashworth as Honey. Director is Carolyn Woosley and co-Producer is Joy Pace. Lighting design is by Norman McKnight, set design by Joy Pace and costume design is by Lanette LeJeune.
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