Classic brought to life again on stage

Nicholas Papademetriou and Deborah Galanos take on the roles immortalised by Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in the film classic, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf'.

Story appeared in: Valley | November 16th, 2016

FROM one of the most critically acclaimed playwrights of the 20th century, Theatron group will bring to Marrickville, the first production of Edward Albee's masterpiece 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?' since his sad passing earlier this year.
The ground breaking, award winning play with it's intense, engaging and dynamic dialogue, will be brought to life under the direction of one of Sydney's most exciting new directors, Shane Bosher with Nicholas Papademetriou and Deborah Galanos taking on the iconic roles of washed-up college professor George and his volatile and seductive wife Martha. Christian Charisiou and Adele Querol round out the cast as the new college couple Nick and Honey.
Immortalised by the Academy Award winning film adaption with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, the story is unwittingly familiar - when New England college veterans invite the unsuspecting new couple over for a nightcap, the all night drinking session erupts into a nightmare of revelations fuelled by 'fun and games'.
You can catch it from November 25 to December 17, Wednesday to Saturday, from 7.30pm, and Sunday from 5pm (extra matinee on Saturday, December 17, at 2pm) at The Greek Theatre, Building 36, Addison Rd Community Centre, 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville.
Tickets: $35 Full, $30 Conc, $28 Group(8+), $25 Previews/Cheap Wednesdays. Bookings:

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Publication: Valley | Section: news | Author: Cindy Lynch | Story ID: 122844 | Viewcount: 46997