One of the Blogs I follow every day are ArtsBeat.
In this week’s Critics’ Picks Video, A. O. Scott looks at the 1966 Mike Nichols film “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” adapted from Edward Albee’s play. The film stars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, a real-life married couple at the time, acting out their domestic drama on the screen as the characters George and Martha.
When preparing for next weekend and wonder if you want to invite some friends over for a drink, playing cards or whatsoever, follow A.O.Scott´s advise: Try something more spectacular, or are you afraid of Virginia Woolf? Klick on the ArtsBeat link and have a nice party.