Edward Albee “A Weekend Workshop” - Part 2
In part two of “A Weekend Workshop” Edward Albee explains his relationship to characters and how to find spontaneity in your writing by using both the conscious and subconscious mind.
Originally recorded in 1977
Extended Version Play Episode 15
Edward Albee (born March 12, 1928)
Edward Albee has received multiple Tony and Pulitzer Prize awards. He has also been awarded the Gold Medal in Drama from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. In 1996 he received the Kennedy Center Honors and the National Medal of Arts. In 2005, he was awarded a special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement. Edward Albee is also a member of the Dramatists Guild Council and President of The Edward F. Albee Foundation.
Works Include: The Zoo Story (1958); The American Dream (1960); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1961); Tiny Alice (1964); A Delicate Balance (1966); All Over (1971); Seascape (1974); The Lady From Dubuque (1977), The Man Who Had Three Arms (1981), Finding the Sun (1982); Marriage Play (1986), Three Tall Women (1991); Fragments (1993); The Lorca Play (1995); The Play About the Baby (1997); The Goat or Who Is Sylvia? (2002); Occupant (2001); Peter and Jerry: (ACT 1, Homelife. ACT 2, The Zoo Story.) (2004); and Me, Myself and I (2008).
Upcoming Works: Broadway revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? opening Oct. 13.
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