BLAKE ROSS, Playbill Magazine Editor
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Broadway). A new George and Martha are in town, courtesy of the masters at Steppenwolf. I'm looking forward to seeing with my own eyes what everyone in Chicago has been raving about. After witnessing what Amy Morton unleashed in August: Osage County a few years back, I can't wait for her turn as Martha. And from what I've read, Tracy Letts is a force to be reckoned with.
Annie (Broadway). Bet your bottom dollar this is a great revival and a great time to do it! The past few years have shown that Katie Finneran is a true master of musical comedy, and I can't wait to see what she'll do with Miss Hannigan.
Glengarry Glen Ross (Broadway). Producer Jeffrey Richards brings his fifth Mamet show to Broadway in as many years. Richards has lined up a stellar crew headlined by Al Pacino and Bobby Cannavale.
House for Sale (Off-Broadway). Franzenfiles rejoice! Celebrated author Jonathan Franzen's killer novel "The Corrections" may not be coming to TV anytime soon (boo!), but New Yorkers can see his autobiographical essay "House For Sale" in theatre form thanks to a stage adaptation by Daniel Fish and the good folks at the Transport Group.
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