‘Virginia Woolf’ draws audience into the fray

By Bob Fischbach World-Herald staff writer
Brutal. Shocking. Screamingly funny one moment, viciously cruel the next, squirmingly revealing a short while after that. Down the psychological rabbit hole called “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” which playwright Edward Albee dreamed up back in 1962, there are wonders and horrors to behold. Things you’d rather not see and hear. Yet you’re riveted by these profane characters and what they prove capable of doing to one another.


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