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Overheard: What the Audience Really Thought about "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

Longacre Theater, April 4 and 6.

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Lori Lane Jefferson
Actor
I don’t find it disturbing in any way. But then again, I’m a sadist.

John McCullough
It’s like Bill Irwin has a samurai sword, and he pulls it out and cuts the apple in half before you see it, and then it’s back in the sheath and no one knows what happened but there’s blood all over the floor.

Hilary Prentice
Actor
The woman who played Honey was fantastic. She wasn’t a ham—remember, they’ve been drinking for hours. I’ve maybe experienced that once or twice.

Annetta Marion
Director
I can’t believe they do that every day—how can someone do that every day? Shockingly, I don’t know anyone with a marriage like that. Thank God, actually.

Andy Chester
Owns her own company
You just appreciate the quick wit and the pace—you should get caught up in that rather than the actual content, so as not to get, you know, depressed.


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