It's holiday time! What better way to count your blessings than to see the gut-wrenching, feel-bad play of the year, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Just as horrifying as the film starring Liz Taylor and Richard Burton, this new Steppenwolf production is brilliantly acted--you'll feel every bit of the self-loathing that unfolds on stage. And when you're not reeling from the schadenfreude, you'll be laughing. For those who don't know, the play spans one evening with a history professor and his wife, whose vicious, alcohol-fueled mind games ensnare a younger couple who thought they were just coming over for a drink. It's three hours long, if you don't slink off in the middle to drown your sorrows upstairs at Sardi's.