Woolf to Howl at Broadway's Longacre

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The new Broadway revival of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? will play the Longacre Theatre.

Bill Irwin and Kathleen Turner will play George and Martha, the savage married couple at the center of the play, and David Harbour and Mireille Enos are Nick and Honey, their unfortunate dinner guests. Harbour and Enos appeared in The Invention of Love together.

The Broadway revival will be directed by Anthony Page. The show will have a pre-Broadway engagement in Boston at the Wilbur Theatre. The first Broadway preview will be on March 12. Opening is March 20.

John Lee Beatty will design the set. Also part of the design team are costume designer Jane Greenwood, lighting designer Peter Kaczorowski and sound designer Mark Bennett.

Woolf is being produced by Elizabeth Ireland McCann, Daryl Roth, Scott Rudin, Terry Allen Kramer, Roger Berlind, and James L. Nederlander.

The production will be the first Broadway revival of the landmark drama since 1976. That mounting, directed by the playwright, ran 117 performances.

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