The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Who’s Afraid Of Vir­ginia Woolf? A univer­sity fac­ulty party sees mid­dle-aged cou­ple Martha and Ge­orge pull a younger cou­ple, Nick and Honey, into the break­down of their mar­riage. Iain Sin­clair di­rects this pro­duc­tion of Ed­ward Al­bee’s award-win­ning drama. En­sem­ble Theatre, 78 McDougall Street, Kir­ri­billi. To­day, 4.30pm and 8.15pm; to­mor­row, 5pm. Tick­ets: $34-$71. Book­ings: (02) 9929 0644 or on­line. Un­til May 31. Du­ra­tion: 3hr, in­clud­ing in­ter­val. Smurf in Wan­der­land A per­for­mance based around a sin­gle A-League foot­ball sea­son would seem to have a rather niche au­di­ence, but David Wil­liams has such nar­ra­tive skills that the re­sult is com­pletely in­volv­ing, even for peo­ple like me who take only a pass­ing in­ter­est in foot­ball. The odd ti­tle refers to the fact Syd­ney FC fans are re­ferred to as Smurfs be­cause their club colours are blue and white, and that the Western Syd­ney Wan­der­ers’ home ground in Par­ra­matta is re­ferred to as Wan­der­land. In 2013-14

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