That is the question about to be posed at Leamington’s Loft Theatre
Edward Albee’s tragi-comedy – winner of the Tony and the New York Critic’s awards for best play – focuses on the edgy marriage of middle-aged Martha and George.
Late one evening after a party, they invite home a young couple, Nick and Honey, to pursue a liquor-fuelled night of ‘fun and games’.
But an emotional rollercoaster brings all four face to face with The Big Bad Wolf.
Director Gordon Vallins said: “I’m thrilled to bring Edward Albee’s unique and startling play ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ onto the Loft stage – and privileged to be working with such a totally dedicated and talented company, ready to take on the extraordinary demands of the four psychologically openly exposed characters.
“We hope those new to the play, and those to whom it’s an old favourite, will find as much delight in watching this modern classic as we have had in creating this production.”
The production runs from May 4 to 14. Visit www.lofttheatrecompany.com for tickets and full performance details.