Drawing on his fascination for human relationships and the complex emotions that accompany them, director Mesut Arslan sets to work with one of the most-performed classics of the twentieth century: Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? a play by Edward Albee from 1962.
Albee tells the story of George and Martha in a unique and transversal way. They, an older couple, project their disillusions with great cruelty on the young, idealistic couple Nick and Honey. Through manipulative interventions, the performance transforms into a political lecture that weighs the public against the private. Get ready for an acoustic experience in which the space is also played out completely.
TEKST / TEXT Edward Albee
VERTALING / TRANSLATION Gerard Reve
Regie & Concept / Direction & Concept Mesut Arslan
Spel / Cast Frank Dierens, Darya Gantura, Rashif El Kaoui, Dorien de Clippel
Stem acteurs / voices Misja Nolet, Yasmien Adam, Alican Ünal, Layla Önlen, Nyiragasigwa Hens e.a./a.o.
Productie / production Platform 0090 & KVS
coproductie / coproduction Toneelhuis, C-Mine & Perpodium