Alexis Soloski, theatre blogger at The Guardian, argues that novelists cannot write plays.
Virginia Woolf does not escape her criticism. To wit: “And I will freely commiserate with anyone forced to endure Virginia Woolf’s Freshwater; that Woolf never intended it for performance only confirms her great intelligence.”
Reviewers on this side of the pond, however, have praised Woolf’s only play. Cast your vote for or against Woolf’s play as entertainment.