Who’s Afraid of Edrie Edrie

By: Edrie
February 2, 2010

A visual representation of what the next month of Artist in Residence posts will bring.

I was having a beer one night, and I saw “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” scrawled in soap, I suppose, on this mirror. When I started to write the play it cropped up in my mind again. And of course, who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf means who’s afraid of the big bad wolf… who’s afraid of living life without false illusions. And it did strike me as being a rather typical, university intellectual joke.
— Edward Albee

Flanagan, William (Fall 1966) The Art of Theater No. Edward Albee

Act I – Fun and Games

Edrie Cuckold
Modified movie still Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966) “Cuckold, why THAT’s a funny word!”

Act II – Walpurgisnacht

Modified picture of Saint Walburga a woman born in what is now England in 710
Modified picture of Saint Walburga a woman born in what is now England in 710

Act III – The Exorcism

Modified movie still from The Exorcist (1973)
Modified movie still from The Exorcist (1973)

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