Cameri takes on 'Virginia Woolf'

The drama is directed and translated anew by Micha Lewensohn.

December 25, 2008 08:18
Cameri takes on 'Virginia Woolf'

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Every few years, one of our repertory theaters sinks its teeth into Edward Albee's seminal and merciless dissection of marital relationships, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. This time it's the Cameri Theater with Gil Frank playing George, Anat Waxman as Martha and Neta Gerty and Yaron Brubinski as their luckless butts, Honey and Nick. The drama, directed and translated anew by Micha Lewensohn, opens at the Cameri on December 31.

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