Three Tall Women

A dying woman reflects on her life with a mixture of shame, pleasure, regret, and satisfaction. She recalls the fun of her childhood and her early marriage, reliving the carefree optimism and innocent integrity of youth… She also ponders later events that caused her regret and some bitterness: her husband’s affairs and death, as well as the estrangement of her gay son. Finally, she returns to the shallow remnants of what life at over ninety means to her and finds peace and acceptance of the last step, uttered so clearly in the last line of the play…

Three Tall Women was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1994 and a string of other awards. Edward Albee also wrote the much-acclaimed, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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