Closed 3h 10m
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (2012)
Midtown W
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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (2012) NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Great acting, Absorbing, Great writing, Masterful, Intelligent

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The 50th anniversary of this Edward Albee classic, brought the show back to Broadway starring Tracy Letts and Amy Morton.

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Ambitious, Strong acting, Intense, Evergreen, Yelling

See it if you like Albee...and his classic tale of dysfunctional marriage. Well-acted (esply by Letts) and, therefore, uncomfortable. Hell on earth.

Don't see it if you like lighter fare. I admire Albee's play, but I don't enjoy it. This production was solid in prodn values, acting, and direction. Read more

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See this first before seeing satire everyone's fine with virginia woolf

See it if Edward Albee's masterpiece

Don't see it if don't like Albee's dyspeptic vision: it's all a game

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