Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Broadway, Music Box Theatre, 1976) | Playbill

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?



It’s 2AM and George and Martha are just getting started. The middle-aged married couple, a once-promising historian and his boss’s frustrated daughter, welcome a younger professor and his wife for a nightcap—only to ensnare them in increasingly dangerous rounds of fun and games. An unblinking portrait of two American marriages, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is Edward Albee’s explosively comedic and harrowingly profound masterpiece.

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Drama Desk Award
1976 Outstanding Actor in a Play Nominee
1976 Outstanding Revival Nominee
1976 Outstanding Director of a Play Nominee
Theatre World Awards
1976 Theatre World Award Winner
Tony Award
1977 Best Actress in a Play Nominee
1977 Best Actor in a Play Nominee

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