Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf - KVS
Mesut Arslan & KVS adapt this theatre classic. A piece about hierarchy, peer pressure and power.
Drawing on his fascination for human relationships and the complex emotions that accompany them, director Mesut Arslan sets to work with one of the most-performed classics of the twentieth century: Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? a play by Edward Albee from 1962. Albee tells the story of George and Martha in a unique and transversal way. They, an older couple, project their disillusions with great cruelty on the young, idealistic couple Nick and Honey. Through manipulative interventions, the performance transforms into a political lecture that weighs the public against the private.