We have had the displeasure of seeing some bad plays lately, so it was a real treat to see something solid and truly enjoyable on Friday night!
We caught the new Broadway revival of Edward Albee's Whose Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? and were so pleasantly surprised!
We went in with an open mind and no expectations. We had never seen the play before, nor had we seen the iconic movie starring Elizabeth Taylor.
This production featured no big names - just great stage actors doing what they do best.
But the real star of this show is Albee and his writing. Simply splendid!
Though Virginia Woolf was written a long time ago, it still feels SHARP. And, surprising to us, extremely funny!
These characters he created were so fascinating - and cruel!
In many ways, this felt like a smarter War Of The Roses, one of our favorite films.