Let me join in the hosannahs for the Pam MacKinnon-directed revival of Edward Albee's 1962 play Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. It's the classic about two university couples having to deal with the loss of the imaginary children that bound them, and doing so via booze, verbiage, wounding, and desp ... More >>
Broadway gets a refill of George and Martha
Amy Morton and Tracy Letts play Martha and George in the Steppenwolf revival of Edward Albee's blistering tragicomedy Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and at a meet-and-greet the other day, Morton told me it's about the seventh or eighth time she's been married to Letts. Onstage. "Are George and M ... More >>
Uptown Saturday nights are more fabulous all the time. Meanwhile, back at the Tonys . . .
Tina Landaus 'Space' Invaders