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Stage Review

Howling 'Woolf' Irwin, not Turner, gives depth and spiritto Albee's classic

By Ed Siegel
Globe Staff / February 18, 2005

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If we learn anything from Edward Albee's plays, it is to not take things at face value. Behind the facade of domestic tranquility in many of his plays lurk demons of all kinds. You think you know what's going on? Things are not always what they seem. (Full article: 842 words)

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