When our resident theater sage Scott Brown calls a play "his favorite in Creation" it's not something we take lightly. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is one such production. Back on Broadway after 50 years, Edward Albee's provocative masterpiece explores the institution of marriage, peering into the life of a dysfunctional couple whose relationship is built on an epic battle of wits. Directed by Pam MacKinnon of Clybourne Park fame, the production features original Steppenwolf cast members Tracy Letts and Amy Morton—and who you may remember as the playwright and the star of Pulitzer and Tony Award®-winning August: Osage County.
If you've yet to see this modern classic, here's your chance. Today on Twitter We're giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky follower for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at The Booth Theater.
Here's how to Enter:
1. Make sure you follow @NYMAG on Twitter
2. From 2pm to 3pm EST, tweet the phrase "Send me to see @WoolfOnBroadway, @NYMAG." (Or just retweet us when we post the message to our feed).
3. We'll announce the winner on Twitter shortly after the contest ends.
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