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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

The Comedy Theatre
Melbourne
The Comedy Theatre, 240 Exhibition Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia

Date

29 Jun –
14 Jul

About the Show

Last year’s sold-out Red Stitch production of “Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?” arrives at the Comedy Theatre stage for a strictly limited season starting June 29. Led by stage and screen legend Kat Stewart and directed by Sarah Goodes, this acclaimed rendition promises a gripping theatrical experience. Kat Stewart and David Whiteley portray Martha and George, offering a raw portrayal of a marriage unraveling before their unsuspecting guests, played by Emily Goddard and Harvey Zielinski. Edward Albee’s timeless masterpiece, known for its razor-sharp dialogue and dark humor, delves into the complexities of marriage and middle-age disillusionment. As tensions mount and secrets surface, audiences are treated to an unforgettable exploration of human relationships and societal expectations. Don’t miss the chance to witness this electrifying production that continues to captivate audiences with its raw emotion and biting wit.

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Last year’s sold-out Red Stitch production of “Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?” arrives at the Comedy Theatre stage for a strictly limited season starting June 29. Led by stage and screen legend Kat Stewart and directed by Sarah Goodes, this acclaimed rendition promises a gripping theatrical experience. Kat Stewart and David Whiteley portray Martha and George, offering a raw portrayal of a marriage unraveling before their unsuspecting guests, played by Emily Goddard and Harvey Zielinski. Edward Albee’s timeless masterpiece, known for its razor-sharp dialogue and dark humor, delves into the complexities of marriage and middle-age disillusionment. As tensions mount and secrets surface, audiences are treated to an unforgettable exploration of human relationships and societal expectations. Don’t miss the chance to witness this electrifying production that continues to captivate audiences with its raw emotion and biting wit.

Date

29 Jun
14 Jul

About the Show

Last year’s sold-out Red Stitch production of “Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?” arrives at the Comedy Theatre stage for a strictly limited season starting June 29. Led by stage and screen legend Kat Stewart and directed by Sarah Goodes, this acclaimed rendition promises a gripping theatrical experience. Kat Stewart and David Whiteley portray Martha and George, offering a raw portrayal of a marriage unraveling before their unsuspecting guests, played by Emily Goddard and Harvey Zielinski. Edward Albee’s timeless masterpiece, known for its razor-sharp dialogue and dark humor, delves into the complexities of marriage and middle-age disillusionment. As tensions mount and secrets surface, audiences are treated to an unforgettable exploration of human relationships and societal expectations. Don’t miss the chance to witness this electrifying production that continues to captivate audiences with its raw emotion and biting wit.

Read More

Last year’s sold-out Red Stitch production of “Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?” arrives at the Comedy Theatre stage for a strictly limited season starting June 29. Led by stage and screen legend Kat Stewart and directed by Sarah Goodes, this acclaimed rendition promises a gripping theatrical experience. Kat Stewart and David Whiteley portray Martha and George, offering a raw portrayal of a marriage unraveling before their unsuspecting guests, played by Emily Goddard and Harvey Zielinski. Edward Albee’s timeless masterpiece, known for its razor-sharp dialogue and dark humor, delves into the complexities of marriage and middle-age disillusionment. As tensions mount and secrets surface, audiences are treated to an unforgettable exploration of human relationships and societal expectations. Don’t miss the chance to witness this electrifying production that continues to captivate audiences with its raw emotion and biting wit.

Date

Director :
Sarah Goodes
Cast :
Kat Stewart David Whiteley Emily Goddard Harvey Zielinski.
29 Jun
14 Jul
Performances

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