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Even at 80, Albee won't play it safe

'Seascape' staging prompts reminiscing

''I like the three-act version. I like the ending because it's tougher,'' Edward Albee says of his play ''Seascape.'' ''I like the three-act version. I like the ending because it's tougher,'' Edward Albee says of his play ''Seascape.'' (Jerry speier)
By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / October 5, 2008

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Edward Albee spoke this week from Montauk, N.Y., where he lives when he's not in New York City, about Zeitgeist Stage Company's production of "Seascape," which opens today at the Boston Center for the Arts. (Full article: 897 words)

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