Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Private Residence | Williams College Campus


Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? explores the deteriorating marriage of George and Martha, married middle-aged academics living in small town New England. The play explores themes of truth, illusion, power dynamics, and the breakdown of communication in relationships. The story unfolds during an evening of heavy drinking as George and Martha invite a young couple, Nick and Honey, over to their house after a faculty party. Throughout the night, George and Martha engage in a series of verbal and psychological games, revealing their deep-seated resentments and emotional struggles. The boundaries between reality and illusion blur as secrets are exposed and relationships unravel, ultimately leading to a devastating climax that forces all characters to confront their inner demons and the harsh realities of their lives. 

In a groundbreaking and captivating interpretation of Edward Albee’s masterpiece, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, set on the campus of Williams College in Williamstown, MA, the play unfolds within the walls of an actual house, with the audience assuming the role of witnesses to the tumultuous events. This production ingeniously converts a private residence on campus into the dwelling of George and Martha, inviting the audience to personally experience the play’s searing intensity. By traversing through various rooms and bearing witness to the characters’ unfiltered emotions up close, the boundaries between observer and participant become indistinct. This immersive approach elevates the play’s exploration of concealed truths and the erosion of relationships, fostering a profound sense of connection between the audience and the unfolding drama.The unique setting of Williams College, nestled in the picturesque Berkshires, provides a captivating backdrop that adds depth to the play’s themes of privilege, academia, and the facade of perfection.

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About Margo Neely


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