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    1. “The Edward Albee Estate needs to join the 21st Century.” The short statement ― totaling just over 50 words ― claimed that the estate of the late Pulitzer-winning playwright had ...

    2. A proposed revival of Edward Albee’s landmark 1962 drama Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? has renewed a long-simmering debate about freedom of expression and the frequently fuzzy ...

    3. was halted after the playwright’s estate refused to allow a black actor to play the role of Nick Edward Albee, pictured in 2008. Photograph: Mary Altaffer/AP A production of Who ...

    4. Diversity on stage: who's afraid of color-blind casting?

      The Guardian via Yahoo News20 hours ago

      The decision of Edward Albee’s estate to deny production rights over the casting choice of a black actor has reignited a debate over theater’s relationship with race ‘Why haven ...

    5. A decision by the estate of Edward Albee not to allow a production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” to cast a black actor as a blond character is reigniting decades-long debates ...

    6. A casting director at a theatre company in Oregon claims that the Edward Albee Estate — the entity that grants rights to the late playwright's works — revoked the rights to Who's ...

    7. Glenda Jackson, the celebrated British actress and politician, will return to Broadway next season in Edward Albee’s “Three Tall Women.” The 81-year-old — a two-time Oscar winner ...

    8. Who's Afraid Of A Diverse Cast?

      WLRN Miami3 days ago

      Edward Albee died last year at the age of 88.

    9. Glenda Jackson, the Oscar winner who hasn’t appeared on the New York stage in almost 30 years, will star on Broadway next year in Edward Albee’s “Three Tall Women,” part of a cast ...

    10. Glenda Jackson, absent from the Broadway stage since 1988, will lead a revival next spring of the late Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Three Tall Women. Producer Scott ...

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