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Review: Theatrical standard gets classic attention from Colonial Little Theatre

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The French expression “folie a deux” is apt in describing the Colonial Little Theatre’s production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The phrase translates as a delusional idea shared by two closely connected people. Like a long-married couple? Sure. In this case, George and Martha, American colonists of a college campus in the 1960s, where George (Frank Pickus) teaches history and Martha (Christine Vermilyea), the college president’s daughter, drinks. If you’re near Johnstown, get to ...


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