Friday, September 10, 2010

Was it awesome?

So last night was opening of Firehouse's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" which has a simply spectacular cast and is directed by the inimitable Rusty Wilson. I've heard from one person who said it was amazing. I would expect nothing less.

The show kicks off a fall season that is literally littered with 'must-see' shows. Which is my way of saying Don't Hesitate! Two weeks from now you'll have 4-5 shows to pick from, not to mention the "24 Hour Experience" down at Sycamore Rouge, and you're going to be sad when you can't fit them all in. So make plans now!

UPDATE: Ms. Haubenstock has weighed in on "Woolf." Looks like a winner!

1 comment:

Thespis' Little Helper said...

So many incredible things about this show!

1) Brilliant script.

2) Stunning direction.

3) Some incredible performances.

4) The set completely transforms the space, at times making one forget that it used to be a Firehouse.

5) And "Pay What You Will" Sundays!

Go see this one!