Bring magazines and paint to class and have each student create a visual representation of the world that George and Martha have created.
The film of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, made in the late 1960's, is a famous example of a popular film that went under the knife of America's film review board but retained much of its power. Watch the film with the class and discuss what has been lost - if anything - in the content cuts.
Cast a Production
Discuss with the class who they would cast in a current production if they could get anyone they wanted for the roles. Have them cast again using people - teachers and students - from the school.
Arrive as a Character
Have four students come to class in the personage of one of the four characters from the play. Have other students...
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