Bonus Weekend Podcast: Edward Albee, Arthur Miller, Bill Irwin

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Jan. 27, 1977: Edward Albee, Paul Weidner, Angela Lansbury,  during a news conference in Hartford, Conn.

We were saddened to learn of Edward Albee’s death last week. For many years he was one of our country’s most influential playwrights. In our Bonus Weekend Podcast, we’re revisiting an interview with Mr. Albee from 2003, with actors Marian Seldes and Brian Murray to discuss their production of “Beckett/Albee.” We also want to pay tribute to other icons of 20th century Theater. In 1995, Leonard spoke to Arthur Miller about "Homely Girl," a collection of short stories he’d written. And in 2000, Bill Irwin spoke to Leonard about his fascination with Samuel Beckett.