The Junction presents French drama, “Qui A Peur De Virginia Woolf?”, a Broadway play that tells about the messed-up marriage of a middle-aged couple named Martha and George. They are struggling to revive their relationship and take advice from the younger couple, Nick and Honey.
French adaptation of Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is bound to entertain audiences with eccentric humor, life-troubled situations, and real conflicts. The play rejects the perfect American family image and challenges social expectations about life, love, and family.
There are 4 players, and 2 two couples, who will capture the audience with sarcastic spikes, verbal fist. Drawing Martha and George into a bitter and frustrating relationship, the story shows usual passive aggression, embarrassing and unpleasant moments that represent real life as it is.