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Actor leapt at chance to play ‘Virginia Woolf ’ role again

Frank Pickus, as George, and Christine Vermilyea, as Martha, rehearse a scene from the Colonial Little Theatre production of Edward Albee's "Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
Frank Pickus, as George, and Christine Vermilyea, as Martha, rehearse a scene from the Colonial Little Theatre production of Edward Albee's "Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
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When the opportunity to play George in Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” presented itself to Frank Pickus this year, he didn’t have to think twice. “I had the role at the Glove Theatre, I don’t know, about 10 years ago, and the writing was so beautiful that as the play was ending I said to myself, ‘Oh boy, I could use a few more weeks of this,’ ” said Pickus, who will visit the ...


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