the whole cast of
Virginia Woolf! In
January they will be flying overseas for a
brief run on London's Apollo stage! It is a
return for Ms. Turner who shocked
audiences when she played Mrs.
Robinson in London's
The Graduate. The
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? run will
last from January to May.

News about this!
"I step on stage with three ferocious actors
each night who are brave and generous,
who can make the breath of life out of a cry
of the heart. This is Broadway and we do
this every night." —
Bill Irwin
"It feels like this is the
victory." --
Mireille Enos
In Rehearsal
Opening Night
Tony Awards Videos
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Broadway Profiles:
Kathleen Turner
Bill Irwin
Mireille Enos
David Harbour
"Kathleen Turner, you are
genius in Who's Afraid of
Virginia Woolf? You and your
cast mustn't be missed." —
Doubt star
Cherry Jones
acknowledging her fellow
Quotes from
the show!
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"What a wild day. It's like a class reunion."
Bill Irwin
The Cast
Who's Afraid of
Virginia Woolf?
"I feel more of a part of the
theater community, which is
something that I've always
wanted to be in since I was a kid.
It's kind of a dream come true."  
David Harbour
The Final Bow
September 4, 2005
The acclaimed revival of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? added an extra
performance and jumped a significant $77,715 as compared to the week ending
August 28... The drama made $310,906 and filled the theater to 73.87% capacity.
"I was at home yesterday when the
phone rang and the word came down
there was a nomination for every one of
us in the cast, all four of us, so I asked
my wife if maybe we could not clean the
basement right away." --
Bill Irwin
After The Show
I had the good fortune to be able to see this show twice in
early August 2005! These are my pictures from my stage
door encounter!
"It does mean a lot to me because it's a role that
I've thought about for so many years and wanted
so much to do. It's wonderful to have recognition
that I got her where I wanted to get her.
Honestly, I've wanted Martha for so long and
hoped that I was doing her really well, and I feel
it's a kind of affirmation." --
Kathleen Turner
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David Harbour     as       Nick
Mireille Enos        as    Honey