Truth & Illusion: Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Four days of celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Edward Albee's controversial play “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” The 1966 Mike Nichols film will be screened on three nights, with each screening hosted by a different professor with a different perspective on the film. On the fourth night, a panel comprising faculty members Nancy Hoffman (Theater), David Jaffe (Theater), Jefferson Singer (Psychology) and Stuart Vyse (Psychology) will be joined by Anne Morgan, literary manager of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, to discuss the lasting appeal of this play, its history and future as a work of art. The screenings — with free popcorn and soda — will take place at 7 p.m. in Silfen Auditorium in Bill Hall, following this schedule: Sunday, Dec. 2 — Hosted by Kristin Pfefferkorn, Department of Philosophy; Monday, Dec 3. — Hosted by Jason Nier, Department of Psychology; and Tuesday, Dec. 4 — Hosted by Ross Morin, Department of Film Studies. The panel discussion will take place at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5, in the 1941 Room of the Crozier-Williams College Center. Sponsored by the Department of Psychology, Psi Chi, & the Residential Education Fellows Program. For more information, call 401-524-3450 or email email@example.com.