By Edward Albee
Directed by Emily Mann
Agnes and Tobias’ precarious suburban lives are shaken when they find themselves facing unexpected houseguests—who plan to stay indefinitely. Edward Albee (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf; Me, Myself & I), one of American theater’s most influential writers, pens this scorching masterpiece, which won him his first of three Pulitzer Prizes. Albee continues his long collaboration with McCarter’s Artistic Director, Emily Mann, in this stylish, bold, and profoundly touching social comedy.
“Edward Albee, the leading American playwright of his generation, has been confounding, challenging and stimulating theater audiences for almost half a century.” - The New York Times
Major support provided by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation