Photo Gallery Spotlight: Edward Albee's 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'Photos courtesy: Alan Holben Photography "I had to leave immediately so I did not get the chance to get down on my hands and knees and bow to the entire cast." "Woolf, is in so many ways an impossible, thankless play written by a mad man and performed by crazy people. But, I happen to be crazy and I loved it." "There is no question that what I saw the other night was the finest acting I’ve yet to see in St. George." "I tip my hat to your performance, your labor and insanity." "Your work on stage was as good as I’ve seen anywhere. Period." "Woolf is a mountain to be scaled, torn down and then rebuilt. An untamable monster that eats actors for lunch. You have my most sincere respect."