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From its Tony Award-winning debut for best play (1963) to its many revivals on the modern stage, Edward Albee’s masterful 3-act play is an explosively comedic and harrowing masterpiece. On the heels of a university faculty party, middle-aged professor George and his wife, Martha, invite campus newcomers Nick and Honey over for drinks. What starts as harmless patter escalates to a full night of vicious, booze-fueled barbs, as the unwitting young couple is drawn into their hosts’ all-out marital warfare. By sunrise, all secrets are laid bare and none of them will ever be the same. A landmark of the American theater and arguably Albee’s best work, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? explores the illusions we create in the face of painful truths and life’s uncertainty.


“Its bitter sting, startling wit and visceral pathos have faded not a bit.”  Hollywood Reporter




Director Steve Kidd

Set Design/Director of Production Jessica Hill Kidd

Costume Design David T. Howard
Lighting Design Jeff Adelberg

Sound Design Hunter Spoede

Stage Management Kelsey Emry*
Assistant Stage Management MacKenzie Kugel
Assistant to the Director Jared Nobrega
Production Assistant
 Tess Cruz
Production Assistant
 Mireya Hoffens

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
*Member of
 United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829 of the IATSE, the union representing Scenic, Costume, Lighting, Sound and Projected Designers in Live Performance.


Nearly 20 years ago, this newspaper claimed that the Gamm was a “buzz-generating theater” that offered epic shows in an intimate space. It still is. “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is a perfect coalescence of play, production, and performance that — for the next few weeks at least — makes Warwick a go-to destination for theater lovers.” - The Boston Globe


"Over the years, we have seen several productions of Edward Albee’s three-act, three-hour play, plus the Award-winning movie. Gamm’s interpretation of the classic is the best we have ever seen." - Warwick Beacon

"This is probably the best show I’ve seen so far at The Gamm. This is a homerun for me." - The Public's Radio


“Every moment is well-considered and -played, and you wouldn’t want to miss any of them. The play doesn’t have a clearly stated moral, but instead gives you room to draw your own conclusions. This kind of trust in an audience doesn’t come around every day. You owe it to yourself to experience it before it closes.” - WPRO

"Even if you've seen Albee's four-person, three-act powerhouse of a play in the past — even if you saw Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton duke it out on screen, or Tracy Letts or Kathleen Turner simmer on stage and think you couldn't possibly see it again —  you must. You have to see the Gamm's searing, stunning, near-perfect interpretation of Albee's gut-wrenching, powerful, painfully intimate, shocking dark, dark comedy.  Yes, it is that good. Unusually good." - The Westerly Sun

"This is a landmark play given the full-throttle Gamm treatment." - MOTIF

Despite having premiered more than six decades ago, ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ is just as startling and sensational today, and it would be criminal to miss this production at Gamm, which will likely turn out to be the theater event of the season. - BroadwayWorld

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