Booking details and a sneak peek at ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’

With just over two weeks to go until opening night, it’s time to take a look behind the curtain at the rehearsals for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee…

Fiona Kerley as Martha Michael Bawden as George

Fiona Kerley as Martha
Michael Bawden as George

Winner of both the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play and the 1962-1963 New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play, Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf is a razor-edged comedy of humiliation, frustration and manipulation where the blurred lines between illusion and reality are forced into focus – no matter how devastating the results.

John James Aitken as Nick Monique Hebrard as Honey

John James Aitken as Nick
Monique Hebrard as Honey

The story centres around what happens when the venomous duo of George and Martha – a quick-witted college professor and his showy, brazen wife – drag a young professor and his wife into their vicious game of cat and mouse following a late night faculty party. The bitter yet darkly hilarious war that ensues between the older couple builds to unforgettable climax that strips away the lies and posturing to reveal the battered souls of the characters beneath. 

VirginiaWoolfRehearsal (15 of 244)

Vambo Entertainment is teaming up with Dubai Drama Group to delight and terrify Dubai audiences with two consecutive runs of the show on… 

the 2, 3 and 4 December at a specially constructed outdoor theatre space in Jebel Ali Village. To secure your seat (by a suggested donation of AED60) for these performances please email vamboentertainment@gmail.com 

AND

the 10,11 and 12 December at The Courtyard Playhouse in Al Quoz; to book your seat (by a suggested donation of AED100) for these performances please RSVP on http://courtyardplayhouse.com/whats-on

At both venus the doors will open at 7pm for a 7.30pm performance, and at 3.00pm for a 3.30pm performance for the Saturday matinee at The Courtyard.

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