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News Release

Overwhelming demand leads to extension for SBC Theatre’s Virginia Woolf?
February 17, 2004

Montreal - The SBC Theatre is proud to announce a weeklong extension of its current production, Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Robust ticket sales led to the decision to extend the originally scheduled February 17-29 run through March 7.

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? took Broadway by storm in 1962. It put Albee on the map and gave the theatre world one of its most memorable couples. Albee won both the Tony Award for Best Play & the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Woolf?. More than forty years after claiming Broadway’s top prize, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is as hard-hitting and funny as ever, leaving us no choice but to pay close attention.

Edward Albee’s
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Featuring
Brenda Robins and Ric Reid


Directed by Michael Shamata
A co-production with Manitoba Theatre Centre

With Patricia Fagan and Alan Hawco


5170 Cote St. Catherine Rd.
Tickets: 739-7944
Groups: 739-2301 x 327
www.saidyebronfman.org
www.admission.com