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The experience of theatre is dynamic; plays are meant to be read and heard as much as they are performed and imbibed.
Come, participate in the BIC Library’s dramatised reading of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? a timeless masterpiece of American theatre by Edward Albee known for its gripping exploration of human relationships.
Set in a tumultuous night of heavy drinking and brutal psychological games between a middle-aged couple and a younger couple, the play delves into themes of illusion, reality, and the disintegration of personal and societal facades. With sharp wit, dark humor, and intense emotional depth, it exposes the raw vulnerabilities and hidden truths that lurk beneath the surface of our lives. This powerfully written drama promises a thought-provoking and riveting experience that will leave you questioning the nature of love, ambition, and the complexities of the human condition.
This session will be structured as a cold and dramatic group reading carried by participants and facilitated by the BIC team. All are welcome!
Please note: This is an interactive participatory event designed for a small group of 30 people. Please RSVP only if you can make it to the event and make sure to bring along a device you can comfortably read the play on!