Edward Albee's Three Tall Women: Pulitzer-Winning Drama from Seattle Rep
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“A dazzler…Worthy of mention in the same breath as Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and A Delicate Balance.” —Wall Street Journal
This drama by Edward Albee is an electrifying and heart-rending portrait of three (yes, tall) women at different stages in their lives. A young woman has been sent to sort out the finances of an elderly client, but it’s more than money that gets put through the wringer as the older woman’s life is laid out in all of its charming, vicious, and wretched glory. Winner of the 1994 Pulitzer Prize,_ Three Tall Women_ is one of Albee’s most compelling works.