About Edward Albee's Three Tall Women

"Three Tall Women"

by Edward Albee

Considered one of Albee's best, this Pulitzer prize-winner, told with humor, explores the challenges of living and dying. As a 92-year old woman struggles with disorientation and senility, she reflects on her youth, marriage and estrangement from her gay son with a mixture of satisfaction and regret. From the author of "Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolfe" and "The Goat or, Who Is Sylvia,?" "Three Tall Women" is Albee’s most intentionally autobiographical work to date. “A truly moving work.” – The New York Times