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Friday, March 30, 2012

Playwright Edward Albee and actress Jane Alexander were on the Lopate Show recently to discuss the new revival of Albee's play, "The Lady from Dubuque." We also found out that the celebrated playwright has been reading some great books lately and that he loves peanut butter. Find out else he's a fan of!

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Edward Albee and Jane Alexander on “The Lady from Dubuque”

Friday, March 30, 2012

Playwright Edward Albee discusses “The Lady from Dubuque,” along with actress Jane Alexander, who is starring in the Signature Theatre Company’s production of the play. “The Lady from Dubuque” is playing at the End Stage Theatre at the Pershing Square Signature Center.

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Edward Albee and James Rosenquist: Turning Creativity into Action

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Playwright Edward Albee and artist James Rosenquist explain how they channel their creativity into action. They’re featured in the new book, Creativity: Unconventional Wisdom from 20 Accomplished Minds, co-edited by Richard Gerstman.

Weigh in: Do you ever have a hard time turning your creativity into action? Tell us what ...

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Thoughts Into Action

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Playwright Edward Albee and artist James Rosenquist explain how they channel their creativity into action. Also: a new novel about the great inventor Nikola Tesla. A new film set in 1970, during the military dictatorship in Brazil. And on Underreported: an important tiger conservation effort stretching from Bhutan to Malaysia. ...

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The Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts

Thursday, September 13, 2007

The 2nd annual Harold Clurman Festival of the Arts, September 14 to 17, will be four days of theater, poetry readings, concerts, and symposia. The festival was conceived as a way to inspire young actors to understand the deeper mission of the artist. Leonard will be joined by Tom Oppenheim, ...

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Crime and Punishment in New Orleans

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Hurricane Katrina ravaged not only the city of New Orleans, but its justice system. On today’s show, we’ll discuss what can be done to reform its troubled criminal justice system. Then, Edward Albee and Marian Seldes look into what the deeper mission of artists can be. And a documentary tells ...

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Authors and Critics Gathering

Wednesday, March 10, 1965

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Excerpt of gathering before major book reviewers.

Rex Stout acts as emcee. First speaks of the copyright act - asks for reviewers to consider writing columns about the ...

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