Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee presented in June 2010 by GRRC

by Edward Albee

Directed by Michael H. Arve
Presented in June 2010 by GRRC

Directing this play has been a total pleasure, from the first read-thru to the final dress rehearsal. I have had a love-affair with this play since I first saw it in New York back in the early 60’s. Over the years I have been involved with several excellent productions of this seminal work, as an actor and as a director and came to this GRRC production with great expectations – all of which were met; more than met. Tonight’s cast is by far the best of the lot. Many things have been said about this play – that it’s cruel, that it’s obscene, that the people are hateful - all that may be true yet ultimately what I see in the play is a truly great love story – albeit a tragic one – It must be remembered that George and Martha truly love one another.

- from the director's notes for this production

Cast (in order of appearance)

Martha Judith Molner
George Jeff Moon
Honey Meredith Powell
Nick Ted Wenskus


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The cast of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Photo courtesy of Gerry Szymanski

The company of GRRC's production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Left to right - Meredith Powell (Honey), Ted Wenskus (Nick), Michael H. Arve, director, Jeff Moon (George), Rosy Palermo, stage manager and Judith Molner (Martha)