Edward Albee

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The Clarion-Ledger
Blind Leading the oppressed: Reflections on Gov. Bryantthat stuck out the most to me while looking up my American comrades’ high schoo
Blind Leading the oppressed: Reflections on Gov. Bryant
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted yesterday
that stuck out the most to me while looking up my American comrades’ high schools was their notable alumni. They included Edward Albee and Barbara Bush,many famous CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, politicians, editors of major newspapers, and... Read more
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The Washington Times
SUZANNE FIELDS: Presidential race a new lease for the Theater of the Absurdand Paula Jones were. They were names writ large in the headlines once, and now
SUZANNE FIELDS: Presidential race a new lease for the Theater of the Absurd
The Washington Times / Posted 4 days ago
and Paula Jones were. They were names writ large in the headlines once, and now they’re back. “I created myself,” said Edward Albee, the playwright master of the Theater of the Absurd, “and I’ll attack anybody I feel like.” That sure sounds... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Q&A: Keven Willey on leading the Pulitzer board, the best book club in Americais to get to cast the movies. The board's wisdom has been challenged at times.
Q&A: Keven Willey on leading the Pulitzer board, the best book club in America
Dallas Morning News / Posted 4 days ago
is to get to cast the movies. The board's wisdom has been challenged at times. In 1963, the drama jury recommended Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" — now seen as one of America’s greatest plays — for the prize. But the board... Read more
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Lowell Sun
'PopUpPlays' to debut during First ThursdaysACTON: Theatre III, 250 Central St., West Acton, presents the shocking black co
'PopUpPlays' to debut during First Thursdays
Lowell Sun / Posted 7 days ago
ACTON: Theatre III, 250 Central St., West Acton, presents the shocking black comedy, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," by Edward Albee, on Friday and Saturday, June 3, 4, 10 and 11, at 7:30 p.m. "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" exposes the... Read more
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Reality TV World
Cara Delevingne prepped for 'Suicide Squad' with naked walk in woodsme to read a scene from Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Delevingne landed the
Cara Delevingne prepped for 'Suicide Squad' with naked walk in woods
Reality TV World / Posted 10 days ago
me to read a scene from Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Delevingne landed the part after an emotional reading from the Edward Albee play. The actress became "livid" and full of "rage" during the scene, but her prep for Enchantress wasn't quite... Read more
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Reality TV World
Cara Delevingne prepped for 'Suicide Squad' movie with naked walk in woodsme to read a scene from 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'" Delevingne landed t
Cara Delevingne prepped for 'Suicide Squad' movie with naked walk in woods
Reality TV World / Posted 10 days ago
me to read a scene from 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'" Delevingne landed the part after an emotional reading from the Edward Albee play. The actress became "livid" and full of "rage" during the scene, but her prep for Enchantress wasn't quite... Read more
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Leominster Champion
‘Barbara & You’ still rolling after 40 years on TV | May 13, 2016conductor Arthur Fiedler, well-known musician, pianist and singer-songwriter Je
‘Barbara & You’ still rolling after 40 years on TV | May 13, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 18 days ago
conductor Arthur Fiedler, well-known musician, pianist and singer-songwriter Jerry Lee Lewis, Pulitzer Prize winning author Edward Albee, and famous hairstylist Vidal Sassoon. Sports figures such as Olympian figure skater Rosalyn Summers, triple... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Sondheim’s ‘Roll Along,’ New Collaboration With Deaf West Theatre, Brook’s ‘Battlefield’ On Tap For Wallis New Seasonwill be presented and featuring local and international companies—from the work
Sondheim’s ‘Roll Along,’ New Collaboration With Deaf West Theatre, Brook’s ‘Battlefield’ On Tap For Wallis New Season
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 18 days ago
will be presented and featuring local and international companies—from the work of seminal artist Peter Brook, to an early Edward Albee classic, produced in collaboration with Deaf West Theatre. The season welcomes returning artist and company,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Magnificent 'Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window' is a rediscovered classicmoving, "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window" belongs in a peer group that inc
Magnificent 'Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window' is a rediscovered classic
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
moving, "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window" belongs in a peer group that includes the roughly contemporaneous works of Edward Albee, although its heart beats with less cynicism and more hope and compassion. Booze flows through the work of both... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ultrasound is a dark drama that tests personal politicsnot been very welcoming to the deaf and the hard of hearing, prioritizing spoke
Ultrasound is a dark drama that tests personal politics
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
not been very welcoming to the deaf and the hard of hearing, prioritizing spoken language over visual communication. Edward Albee once expressed the dominant theatrical ideology like this: “You can take a deaf person to a movie; you can’t... Read more
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FOX News
Bill Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-arms lives onpressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and Davi
Bill Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-arms lives on
FOX News / Posted 30 days ago
pressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and David Lynch's "Lost Highway," and performed in Edward Albee and David Mamet plays on Broadway, "Independence Day" is an unlikely touchstone. It even threatened to typecast... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-to-arms lives onpressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and Davi
Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-to-arms lives on
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 30 days ago
pressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and David Lynch's "Lost Highway," and performed in Edward Albee and David Mamet plays on Broadway, "Independence Day" is an unlikely touchstone. It even threatened to typecast... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-to-arms lives onpressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and Davi
Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-to-arms lives on
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 30 days ago
pressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and David Lynch's "Lost Highway," and performed in Edward Albee and David Mamet plays on Broadway, "Independence Day" is an unlikely touchstone. It even threatened to typecast... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-to-arms lives onpressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and Davi
Pullman's 'Independence Day' call-to-arms lives on
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 30 days ago
pressure on the second one." For an actor who starred in "Spaceballs" and David Lynch's "Lost Highway," and performed in Edward Albee and David Mamet plays on Broadway, "Independence Day" is an unlikely touchstone. It even threatened to typecast... Read more
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