Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Edward Albee

 

The Flemish-Turkish director Mesut Arslan again addresses actual topics with his new play, an adaptation of Edward Albee’s classic Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962). Arslan sticks to the original text, but some scenographical interventions transform the original scenario into a richer, almost critical piece about the public versus the private.

 

text Edward Albee translation Gerard Reve director & concept Mesut Arslan dramaturgy Ata Ünal scenography Pascal Leboucq light design Jan Maertens actors Frank Dierens, Darya Gantura, Rashif El Kaoui, Dorien de Clippel voice actors Misja Nollet, Antje De Boeck, Juicy Dune, Nyira Hens, Layla Önlen, Elien Hanselaer, Marc De Knijf, Niels Planckaert, Robin Keyaert, Joachim Gys, Ali Can ünal, Philippe Bernaerts artistic advice Marc Vanrunxt light technician Helmi Demeulemeester sound technician Max Stuurman

 

produktie Platform 0090, KVS coproductie Toneelhuis, C-Takt, Perpodium

With the support of Tax Shelter of the Belgian Federal Authority and the Flemish Community.