(Hedy Weiss’s article appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times, 12/13.)
The no-holds-barred combat begins long before the actual declaration of war. But when that formal acknowledgment of the brutal bloodletting is announced, it is enough to make your hair stand up on end.
“Total war?” asks George, the still-standing but long-battered husband in Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” — a play that unfolds on the explosive front lines of a marriage in which love and loathing are wedded with equal ferocity.
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