Volunteers Finishing 'Woolf' Set
Posted: Tuesday, October 10, 2017, 9:20am
Curtain Players volunteers have been working to put finishing touches and special paint treatments to the Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? set in preparation of the Friday October 20 opening performance.
The following generously shared their time and talents with the community theatre during Set Build Saturday #2 on October 7 and during other recent daytime work opportunities: Rob Cooperman, Jack Halada, Jan Halada, Brian Henry, Ruth Luketic, Booth Muller, Garrett Warner, and Alice Young.
Michael Day directs Edward Albee’s award-winning iconic play, in which a middle-aged college professor and his wife invite into their home an unwitting younger couple for drinks after a late-night faculty party. The resulting evening is a wicked jumble of mind games, attempted seductions, and shattering revelations.
Day also designed the Virginia Woolf set. Neil Aring is construction supervisor.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? plays at 8 PM Fridays and Saturdays October 20-21, 27-28, and November 3-4, with 2 o’clock matinees Sundays October 29 and November 5. Tickets are on sale now. Click here to order. Patrons are advised that Virginia Woolf is recommended for adult audiences because of its mature themes and strong language.