Edward Albee, the American dramatist, was born in 1928. He has written and directed some of the best plays in contemporary American theatre and three of his plays: A Delicate Balance, Seascape and Three Tall Women have received Pulitzer Prizes. His most famous play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play. His other plays include The Zoo Story, The Death of Bessie Smith, The Sandbox, The American Dream, Tiny Alice, All Over, Listening, The Lady from Dubuque, The Man Who Had Three Arms, Finding the Sun, Fragments, Marriage Play and The Lorca Play.
Albee challenges us to question the nature and meaning of love.
The characters are well drawn and well-rounded and even the most die-hard conservative will find himself feeling empathetic towards all the characters.
When he accepted the Tony Award for Best Play in 2002, Edward Albee said he was grateful that there was room on Broadway for a play about love.
A truly phenomenal work in modern theatre. This is Edward Albee's greatest work. Script came on time and is reasonably priced.Published 4 months ago by Gil Williams
This was a great screenplay. I had to read it for my amazing Self & Society class and happy it was assigned.Published 5 months ago by Amber Almonte
I've read this and seen it at The Goodman Theater in Chicago. Beautiful play! Just as fun to read as it is to see done by great actors.Published 6 months ago by A. Dickson
Edward Albee is probably one of the best modern American playwrights we have. The breadth and depth of his understanding of the White, Middle-Class family is astounding. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jason S. Wrench
I wasn't sure quite what to expect when I picked this up. An interesting love story... Definitely a genre-changer and pushed the limits of comfort! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Fan007
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If you thought 'Whos afraid of Virginia Woolf?" was a groundbreaking play, you have seen nothing yet! This play breaks all social taboos and transcends more than just emotions. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Krloz
Edward Albee's "The Goat" or Who Is Sylvia is, to the issue of Gay Marriage, what Arthur Miller's The Crucible was to McCarthyism. Read morePublished 22 months ago by David Seaman