Edward Albee


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Noun1.Edward Albee - United States dramatist (1928-)
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at the Billy Rose Theatre, featuring Uta Hagen and Arthur Hill in the leads, Edward Albee becomes the first playwright since Eugene O'Neill to successfully move from Off-Broadway to Broadway.
The primary text includes the author's conversations with the following playwrights: Edward Albee (1-7); Arthur Kopit (8-25); Jules Feiffer (26-42); A.
The death of legendary American playwright Edward Albee, at the age of 88, marks the end of an era.
PLAYWRIGHT Edward Albee, best known for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee, who challenged theatrical convention in masterworks such as 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Edward Albee won the Pulitzer but unnerved auds with his 1966 drawing-room drama about an upper-middle-class family of WASPs who are suddenly gripped by a mysterious existential malaise.
Described by Edward Albee as "the greatest American play ever written," it tells the story of an average town's citizens in the early 20th century as depicted through their everyday lives.
ON JULY 18, we were entertained by Tread the Boards with the play Three Tall Women by Edward Albee.
Exciting because the new season includes everything from comedy to powerful drama with writers from American dramatist Edward Albee to Yorkshire's own John Godber.
Edward Albee adapts Lolita as a play and takes it to Broadway .