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Documentary on Virginia Woolf Playwright Edward Albee to Premiere at New York's Paley Center

Documentary on Virginia Woolf Playwright Edward Albee to Premiere at New York's Paley Center
Edward Albee
The new doc 'The Stages of Edward Albee' premieres in New York on March 27.

The new documentary The Stages of Edward Albee will have its New York premiere on March 27 at the Paley Center. Directed by James Dowell and John Kolomvakis, the doc gives fans a peek inside the mind of the three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright. The premiere of the film will be followed by a discussion featuring Albee and the filmmakers.

The Stages of Edward Albee features appearances by Kathleen Turner, Rosemary Harris, Marian Seldes, Judith Ivey, Bill Irwin, Bill Pullman, John Guare, Terrence McNally, Tony Kushner and more. These popular members of the Broadway community reflect on the immense impact of Albee's forty-plus plays that have been produced over the last fifty years.

The 50th anniversary Broadway revival of Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? will conclude its limited-engagement on March 3 at the Booth Theatre. Directed by Pam Mackinnon, the production stars Tracy Letts as George, Amy Morton as Martha, Carrie Coon as Honey and Madison Dirks as Nick.

Watch a trailer for the documentary below! 

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