|Set Design:||Igor Popov|
|Scenic Movement:||Alia Sigalova|
|Translation into Latvian:||By Karina Petersone|
|George:||Jakov Rafalson/ Juris Kalninsh|
|Honey:||Alena Lapteva/Rezija Kalnina|
|Nick:||Eugine Kornev/Intars Reshetin|
The uniqueness of this concept consist of the fact that, for the first time, a performance will bу played in languages, Latvian and Russian, through the effort of one single production team and two casts.
'Who is Afraid, of Virginia Woolf?' is a ridiculous show on a very sad theme: that even the love of a man and a woman can not save them from madness and despair if their lives are void of some big, inspiring idea.... Lilita Ozolina organically fist into two streams of different languages, into two different elements of acting. We can only admire Roman Kozak’s accuracy as director when he moves with great skill behind the individuality of the actors to create absolutely different tonalities of the text un the same settings.