Three Tall Women

by Edward Albee


MAY 12-15 and 
MAY 20-22, 2022

Thursday-Saturday @ 8 pm 
Sunday @ 2 pm

Performances are held at
The Writer's Center in Bethesda, MD

"Three Tall Women" was written by Edward Albee in 1990. It premiered in Vienna, Austria in 1991, opened off-Broadway in 1994, and won a Pulitzer Prize that same year.  It features three women, designated only as “A” – 92 years old, autocratic and wealthy with “encroaching senility”; “B” – 52 years old, the cynical caretaker hired to look after “A”; and “C” – 26 years old, a lawyer, with all the self-assurance and impatience of the young toward the old. The essence of our identities — how we see ourselves and how we are

we are seen by the outside world, how we present ourselves
and how we actually are is at the root of Albee’s examination of life and the passage of time.


We regret to inform that this show has been cancelled.

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