Edward Albee’s play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? was first performed in 1962. It follows the volatile relationship between George and Martha, a middle-aged married couple. Set against the backdrop of a late-night gathering with a younger couple, Nick and Honey, the play portrays a night of verbal sparring, emotional revelations, and gamesmanship. The play is known for its dark humor and its exploration of themes such as truth, disillusionment, and the nature of reality. It won the Tony Award for Best Play in 1963 and was adapted into a film in 1966 that won five Academy Awards.