Three Tall Women

From the playwright who gave us “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” comes his 1993 Pulitzer Prize Winning play:

by Edward Albee
Directed by Siobhan Vincent

A sophisticated and provocative portrayal of a wealthy widow looking back on her life in an attempt to solve its numerous riddles, a journey that transports her to a landscape of reflection mixed with shame, pleasure, regret and satisfaction, where generations collide, and time vanishes. As the domineering old woman lies dying, she is tended by two other women and visited by a young man.

Edward Albee’s frank dialogue about everything from incontinence to infidelity portrays aging without sentimentality. His scenes are charged with wit, pain and laughter.

These ‘tall women’ lay bare the truths of our lives – how we live, how we love, what we settle for and how we die. 

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, New York Drama Critic’s Circle Award for Best Play, Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Play.

Featuring: Kerry Goode, Jenny Howard, Kailem Mollard and Victoria Abbott.

Show Warnings:   This show contains adult and sexual content.

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