South Florida theaters had Wicked good shows
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: This Mount Everest of a show presents a steep challenge to even the most courageous and talented theater companies, and we found Gordon McConnell and Lisa Morgan standing at the peak when Edward Albee's tragedy of marital brinkmanship played out at Palm Beach Dramaworks in May." "Palm Beach Dramaworks is the only company on this year's list with two productions, both acknowledged contemporary classics. That says something about the troupe's selection of material, the insight and the talent to stage them. And, like the Virginia Woolf revival, Hayes' players found some comedy to go with Arthur Miller's scabrous tragedy of bad blood between two brothers."