The Elevator Repair Service production of Kate Scelsa's Everyone’s Fine With Virginia Woolf has extended an additional week and will now continue through June 30 at the Abrons Arts Center. The play is both an homage to and a feminist parody of the well-known Edward Albee play.
Everyone’s Fine With Virginia Woolf is directed by ERS Artistic Director John Collins and features a cast made up of ERS veterans Annie McNamara as Martha, April Matthis as Honey, Mike Iveson as Nick, Vin Knight as George, and Lindsay Hockaday as Carmilla.
Performance began June 1 and were originally scheduled through June 24.
Scelsa, who first joined ERS on the administrative side, later began performing in the company's shows (Gatz, The Sound and the Fury, and The Select). Also a novelist, Everyone’s Fine With Virginia Woolf marks her playwriting debut.
The creative team for Everyone’s Fine With Virginia Woolf is made up of Louisa Thompson (sets), Kaye Voyce (costumes), Ryan Seelig (lights), Ben Williams (sound), Amanda Villalobos (props), Maurina Lioce (production stage manager), and Ariana Smart Truman (producer).