George and Martha


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George and Martha

as an imaginary compensation for their childlessness, pretend they have a son, who would now be twenty-one. [Am. Drama: Edward Albee Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in On Stage, 447]
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George and Martha Washington believed in celebrating the Christmas holidays in astonishing style.
George and Martha face off as one of theatre's most notoriously dysfunctional couples in this hilarious and harrowing masterpiece.
But it is George and Martha who take the evening to its lower depths.
Martha Washington's descendants carefully preserved many objects from Mount Vernon's kitchen because of their association with George and Martha Washington.
GEORGE AND MARTHA ONE MORE TIME (9780547144238) offers two stories in an easy reader chapter book: THE SCARY MOVIE, where Martha is viewing her first scary film with friend George, and THE SECRET CLUB, where George wants his own club apart from Martha.
Nick tries to play the game but is way out of his depth in the vicious warfare the marriage of George and Martha has become, while sweet Honey has her own secret hidden at the bottom of a brandy glass.
Nick and Honey are bewildered by their sudden entrapment and often seem like convenient plot devices so that George and Martha can continue their verbal sparring.
The game is afoot from the opening moments when George and Martha stumble through the front door of their New England house.
IT WOULD take a brave person to spend an evening in the company of George and Martha, the married couple at the centre of Edward Albee's drama.
ASHLAND - For a ripping good time, spend an evening with George and Martha.
Whip up a batch of Oval Office favorites such as George and Martha Washington's Jumbals, Abraham and Mary Lincoln's Gingerbread Men Cookies, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's Honey Drops, Ronald and Nancy Reagan's Vienna Chocolate Bars, Bill and Hillary Clinton's Chocolate Chip Cookies, George W.
By the end we feel we've shared this long dark night of the soul as the warring middle-aged couple, George and Martha, tear themselves to shreds in front of their aghast younger counterparts, Nick and Honey.