February 8, 9, 15, and 16 at 7:30 pm
Sunday matinees on February 10 and 17 at 2:00 pm
White Mountain School Theatre
371 West Farm Road
On the campus of the White Mountain School.
Located only 2.4 miles from our normal home at the Littleton Opera House.
From Littleton, Drive up Cottage St away from town which turns into Old Franconia Rd. after 1.3 miles. Continue on Old Franconia Rd for .6 miles. Turn Left onto West Farm Rd. (There is a Blue sign on the left for The White Mountain School.) The Theatre is the first visible building you will come to on the right. Parking lot is behind the building.
From Bethlehem, Head west on US 302. Turn left on NH 116 S/NH-18 S. After .4 Miles, turn right onto West Farm Rd. (There is a blue on sign for White Mountain School.) Follow this road into the School Campus and stay on it as you pass the school entrance on the left, and then the dance studio, continue on West Farm road as it curves to the left. The Theatre is the last building on West Farm Rd. on your left as you are just heading out of the campus. Parking behind the building in the lot.
Tickets: RESERVED $10 for advance purchase or $12 at the door
Group Rate: Tickets must be purchased all at once for discount. Patrons may a contact Upstage Players about group sales and school rates at GetUpstageTickets@gmail.com
By Edward Albee
George is a middle-aged professor of history at New Carthage and Martha, his wife, is the daughter of the college president. When Nick and Honey arrive for a nightcap after the faculty soiree, they have no idea of the games, twists and turns that the evening holds in store.
As the night goes on and the drinks keep coming, George and Martha take on their guests – and each other – as ripostes and rejoinders turn into affronts and abuse. Harrowing secrets are laid bare and innermost vulnerabilities are exposed. Which couple really has the relationship rooted in honesty and which has a marriage built upon lies? In this wickedly funny play, comedy and tragedy intertwine to create an unforgettable evening.
Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf won the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play and is considered one of the masterworks of American drama, with its dazzling language and unforgettable characters.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? will be directed by Upstage Managing Artistic Director, Andrew Lidestri.
The White Mountain School Theatre is unfortunately not incredibly handicapped accessible meaning there is no ramp into the space. The main door has two large steps up and all seating except the front two rows require the use of stairs. There is a way in through the back of the theatre that only requires use of one stair and we are happy to make accommodations as needed to help people access this exciting show. Please call 323-397-8652 and speak to Andrew Lidestri with any additional questions or to request accomodations. Thank you.