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(ôl′bē, ŏl′-, ăl′-), Edward Franklin 1928-2016.
American playwright noted for his exploration of the darker aspects of human relationships in plays like Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962) and Three Tall Women (1991), which won a Pulitzer Prize, his third.

Albee

(ˈɔːlbiː)
n
(Biography) Edward. born 1928, US dramatist. His plays include Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962), Seascape (1975), Marriage Play (1986), Three Tall Women (1990), and Goat (2004)

Al•bee

(ˈɔl bi)

n.
Edward, born 1928, U.S. playwright.
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In the earlier series of books containing, among others, Bosanquet's "History of Aesthetic," Pfleiderer's "Rational Theology since Kant," Albee's "History of English Utilitarianism," Bonar's "Philosophy and Political Economy," Brett's "History of Psychology," Ritchie's "Natural Rights," these objects were to a large extent effected.
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Albee Benitez designated as the party whip, revealed that the administration party remains formidable and will continue to play its role as the ruling political group in the House of Reprresentatives.
The main focus of this paper is to examine and explore the language used by postmodern American playwright Edward Albee (1928-2016) in his play The American Dream (1961) to expose the diversity of the interpretations of American Dream as an ideology and as a play.
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They will be performing 'The Zoo' by Edward Albee, set on a park bench in Central Park, New York and 'The Cagebirds' in which six individuals are locked in a 'cage' by the mysterious Mistress.
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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.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) announced the sale of 420 Albee Square to JEMB Realty Corporation (JEMB).