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Earning a Pulitzer Prize and three Best Play awards, Edward Albee created a masterwork of modern theater with Three Tall Women, a beautiful and enduring examination of loss and our ability to go on in spite of it. Haunting and humorous, it follows the hopes and hardships of three contemporary women, an imperious old matriarch, a duteous housekeeper, and a passionate young lawyer - how they laugh, how they live, and how they love

Representing individual characters, and yet the same "everywoman,” these women lay bare the truths of our lives. Albee's frank dialogue portrays aging without sentimentality, and his scenes are charged with wit, pain, and laughter, observing all about forgiveness, reconciliation, and our own fates.

Earning a Pulitzer Prize and three Best Play awards, Edward Albee created a masterwork of modern theater with Three Tall Women, a beautiful and enduring examination of loss and our ability to go on in spite of it. Haunting and humorous, it follows the hopes and hardships of three contemporary women, an imperious old matriarch, a duteous housekeeper, and a passionate young lawyer - how they laugh, how they live, and how they love

Representing individual characters, and yet the same "everywoman,” these women lay bare the truths of our lives. Albee's frank dialogue portrays aging without sentimentality, and his scenes are charged with wit, pain, and laughter, observing all about forgiveness, reconciliation, and our own fates.

Earning a Pulitzer Prize and three Best Play awards, Edward Albee created a masterwork of modern theater with Three Tall Women, a beautiful and enduring examination of loss and our ability to go on in spite of it. Haunting and humorous, it follows the hopes and hardships of three contemporary women, an imperious old matriarch, a duteous housekeeper, and a passionate young lawyer - how they laugh, how they live, and how they love

Representing individual characters, and yet the same "everywoman,” these women lay bare the truths of our lives. Albee's frank dialogue portrays aging without sentimentality, and his scenes are charged with wit, pain, and laughter, observing all about forgiveness, reconciliation, and our own fates.

WHEN

WHERE

The City Theatre
3823 Airport Blvd.
#D
Austin, TX 78722
http://www.citytheatreaustin.org/comingsoon.html

TICKET INFO

$10-$25
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