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.


Edward Albee and Jane Alexander
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Comments [3]

Amy from Manhattan

If Walter Kerr was so opposed to "breaking the 4th wall," I wonder what he thought of Shakespeare's characters' frequent asides to the audience!

Mar. 30 2012 12:29 PM
Dan Goldstein

Loved the play. The characters give us so many ways to get into the play. It is a deeply personal experience. Brav

Mar. 30 2012 12:22 PM
Jim Harvey from Brooklyn

Rather than comparing "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" to "The Lady from Dubuque", I would compare it more to "A Delicate Balance". In fact my comment to my partner as we left the theater was "I't's a lot like 'A Delicate Balance' with the stakes raised. We're not dealing with a vague fear ao much as a fear of and our realtion to what most people fear most - death.

Mar. 30 2012 12:19 PM

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