Flint Repertory Theatre Production
Directed by Joshua Morgan
Modern American Classic
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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Meet the cast
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Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? show times and events:
|Friday, Mar. 22
|Opening night reception
|Saturday, Mar. 23
|Sunday, Mar. 24
|Thursday, Mar. 28
|Friday, Mar. 29
|Saturday, Mar. 30
|Wednesday, Apr. 3
|Thursday, Apr. 4
|Friday, Apr. 5
|Saturday, Apr. 6
|Sunday, Apr. 7
Flint Repertory Theatre’s production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? contains adult themes. Recommended for middle school students and up. Understanding that sensitivities vary from person to person, patrons are advised to contact the FIM Ticket Center at 810.237.7333 or tickets.thefim.org if you have any questions about program content.
Performance has a moment with strobe lights. Understanding that sensitivities vary from person to person, patrons are advised to contact the FIM Ticket Center.
Unauthorized cameras and recording devices are not allowed inside the lobby or theatre at any time (this does not include mobile phones).
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Masks are recommended but not required
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Walkers & Wheelchairs
Due to firecode, wheelchairs and walkers are only allowed in the accessible seating area and cannot be parked in the aisles.
Elgood Theatre is a small venue with limited accessible seating. Please inform the Patron Services Representative of any special needs you or your guests may have while purchasing tickets. Accessible seating is available for the patron and one companion.
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