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  1. Edward Albee hit the theatrical jackpot on his first try with “The Zoo Story,” a two-man, one-act play that opened off Broadway in 1960, ran for a year and a half, and made its 32-year-old author famous overnight.

  2. Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo seems such a complete piece of theater it is surprising to consider that 46 years separates the creation of its first and second act, which are ...

  3. Edward Albee’s at Home at the Zoo (that’s the legally mandated title, like Disney’s Frozen) is a two-act play made up of a pair of related one-acts by Edward Albee ...

  4. They are the words with which Edward Albee greeted the world in his first play, “The Zoo Story,” back in 1959. Actually, the words were originally heard in translation, because ...

  5. See what critics think of the Signature Theatre production Off-Broadway.

  6. Dissatisfied with its thin portrayal of one of the characters, Peter, Albee wrote a one-act prequel, Homelife, nearly a half-century after the original's premiere. The playwright subsequently ...

  7. Currently nominated for her first Oscar as Supporting Actress in Lady Bird, Metcalf is rehearsing for the March 29 opening of the Broadway revival of Edward Albee’s Three Tall ...

  8. Two, in fact, because this is Albee’s stitched-together play: Its second half, The Zoo Story, is the piece that made Albee’s name, on a Provincetown Playhouse double bill with ...

  9. It doesn’t take much to reveal people’s animal side and lack of humanity — a bit of conversation will do. As proof, there's Signature's topflight

  10. Act 2 (which premiered on its own in 1959 titled “The Zoo Story,” Albee’s very first play) features Jerry and Peter in a life-altering encounter in Central Park. An Oklahoma native, Sparks ...

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