Friday, September 16, 2016

Edward Albee, R. I. P.

The New York Times: Edward Albee, widely considered the foremost American playwright of his generation, whose psychologically astute and piercing dramas explored the contentiousness of intimacy, the gap between self-delusion and truth and the roiling desperation beneath the facade of contemporary life, died Friday at his home in Montauk, N.Y. He was 88.

1 comment:

Dan_Luft said...

I've read over half his plays yet I've never seen one performed. He was a great writer.