Edward Albee is one of the great writers of American theater, winner of three Pulitzer Prizes among other accolades. Best known for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
, he's also written several other outstanding plays, including The Zoo Story
, which was his first. It's a gripping confrontation between Peter, a well-off, well-intentioned family man leading a life of quiet desperation, and Jerry, a rootless drifter alienated from the human race and with no patience for complacency. The two meet in a park; one has a story to share, and the other just wants to be left alone. Norman Mailer called it "the best f***ing one-act I've ever seen!"
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