Centerstage's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Directed by McSweeny, Begins Oct. 22

News   Centerstage's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Directed by McSweeny, Begins Oct. 22 Baltimore Centerstage's production of the classic Edward Albee marriage drama Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? begins performances Oct. 22.

Ethan McSweeny, who helmed the the Tony-nominated revival of The Best Man, directs the production, which will officially open Oct. 29. Performances will continue in the Head Theater through Nov. 30.

The cast features Andrew Weems (Inherit the Wind, London Assurance) as George, Deborah Hedwall (The Heidi Chronicles, Solomon's Child) as Martha, Leah Curney (Shakespeare Theatre's Major Barbara) as Honey and Erik Heger (roles at MTC and ACT) as Nick.

"When campus veterans George and Martha invite new arrivals Nick and Honey for late-night cocktails, the older couple becomes the host and hostess from hell as games and gossip give way to private grievances and painful secrets," according to press notes. "Albee's harrowing masterpiece is a wickedly funny and shamelessly in-your-face look at marital cold war turned hot."

Tickets, priced $10-$60, are available by visiting www.centerstage.org or by calling the (410) 332-0033.

* Founded in 1963, Centerstage is Baltimore's leading professional theatre, "producing and developing an eclectic repertory of challenging, bold, and thought-provoking work in collaboration with leading artists."

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