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Author: Svea Vikander

We’re Afraid of Virginia Woolf at Shotgun Players, Berkeley

We’re Afraid of Virginia Woolf at Shotgun Players, Berkeley

George and Martha need an audience to watch them tear each other apart, even if only their sober selves gazing down from a mid-century modern platform in their mid-century modern apartment. That’s the real uncomfortable truth of the play: we, innocent audience members, stare with mouths agape at infinitely creative methods of injury and find the taste it leaves in our mouths is painful and delicious.

Svea Vikander

Svea Vikander

Svea Vikander explores untold and necessary topics in print, web, and radio broadcast. She interviews artists and other cultural producers for Arts In Review (Thursdays on KALX90.7FM) and has contributed to gallery catalogues, parenting blogs, Canada’s most-visited progressive news site, and the Swedish magazine Feministisk Perspektiv. Svea is a therapist by training; she holds a small private practice coaching parents and other creative people at her home office in Berkeley, California. Follow her on twitter https://twitter.com/SveaVikander or Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sveavikander  She can be reached at svea (at) theatrius (dot)…

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