1979 · New York
Though primarily known for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (1962), the winner of the Best Play Tony Award and source material for Mike Nichols' landmark film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Edward Albee has produced numerous varied works since his career began with "The Zoo Story" (1958), a play that opened alongside and drew comparisons to Samuel Beckett.
The tour was produced and organized by Mark Hall Amitin, a prominent figure in the New York theatre world who worked closely with The Living Theatre and other companies. The production brought Albee's well-loved but seldom-seen smaller works to audiences across the United States, Japan, and South Korea.
15 x 18.5 inches, rolled. Near Fine. (Inventory #: 133224)