February 4, 2007 |
WHAT a dump. The rickety table in a grimy little Manhattan office is littered with coffee cups and old newspapers. Steam pipes hiss in the old Midtown building and the windows are caked with dirt. The scene is eerily quiet on this winter afternoon, but then a booming, howling voice shatters the calm. Down the hall, actors are rehearsing for the national tour of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," and Kathleen Turner, cast as Martha, is ripping into her husband, George.
August 18, 2002 |
Friends ask actress Ellen Crawford and her husband, actor Michael Genovese, how they can play the roles of the venomous George and Martha in Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" without wanting to kill each other. Crawford just smiles every time she's asked that question. "We have said it's like having really good sex," says Crawford, who appears on NBC's top-rated dramatic series, "ER," as nurse Lydia Wright. "The exhilaration--both physically and emotionally ...