On Tuesday, January 22nd Jay O. Sanders
and Mariann Plunkett visited the home of George and Martha. They're pictured below with Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
's Tracy Letts
and Amy Morton
And today backstage before the show, the cast and crew celebrated the birthday of Honey, Carrie Coon. In the photo below, Carrie is ready to make the first slice in a Triple Layer Death by Chocolate cake covered in chocolate ganache.
The critically-acclaimed 50th anniversary Broadway revival of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?will play its 100th performance on Friday January 4th. The production, which began performances on Thursday, September 27, 2012 and officially opened on Saturday, October 13, 2012, at the Booth Theatre (222 West 45th Street), is on sale through March 2013.
One of America's most acclaimed theatre ensembles takes on one of the greatest plays of the 20th century in the Steppenwolf Theatre Company production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Directed by Tony Award nominee Pam MacKinnon (Clybourne Park), the production features the original Steppenwolf cast led by Tracy Letts and Amy Morton, the playwright and the star of the Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning smash hit August: Osage County. The two face off as George and Martha, one of theatre's most notoriously dysfunctional couples in Albee's hilarious and provocative masterpiece. They are joined by Carrie Coon and Madison Dirks as the unwitting young couple invited over to George and Martha's for an unforgettable night of cocktails and crossfire.
This production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? originally ran at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company from December 2, 2010 - February 13, 2011 before transferring to Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage, where it ran from February 25 - April 10, 2011.
The Broadway production features the original Steppenwolf creative team: Todd Rosenthal (set design), Nan Cibula-Jenkins (costume design), Allen Lee Hughes (light design) and Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen (sound design).
Jay O. Sanders and Mariann Plunkett with WOOLF's Tracy Letts and Amy Morton. Photo credit Malcolm Ewen.
Carrie Coon. Photo credit: James Latus.