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Bill Pullman Opens in Edward Albee's Peter and Jerry at Second Stage

Ever since his Broadway debut with Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in 1962, playwright Edward Albee has been dazzling theatergoers with his daring explorations into the ways we humans connect—and the ways we don't. And on Sunday, November 11, Albee's voice spoke anew as the 79-year-old scribe's eagerly anticipated Edward Albee's Peter and Jerry arrived at Second Stage in midtown Manhattan. Matched with the Pulitzer Prize-winning author's 1958 one-act The Zoo Story, Peter and Jerry includes the new curtain raiser companion piece Homelife, which serves as a prequel. Both halves feature movie star Bill Pullman (Lake Placid, Independence Day), who received critical acclaim for his performance in Albee's Tony Award-winning Best Play of 2002, The Goat, as Peter. Along with a pack of Second Stage alums, we caught the opening night party with Albee,
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