Play About the Baby: Trade Edition (2020)

Play About the Baby: Trade Edition Edward Albee Play About the Baby Trade Edition More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA
  • Title: Play About the Baby: Trade Edition
  • Author: Edward Albee
  • ISBN: 9781468307535
  • Page: 245
  • Format: ebook
Play About the Baby: Trade Edition Edward Albee More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA
Play About the Baby: Trade Edition Edward Albee

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One thought on “Play About the Baby: Trade Edition

  1. Sketchbook

    Albee does another Baby Situationagainwhen an older couple want a baby belonging to young kids In the Off Bwy production, the youngsters had a nude scene It was a hit Surprised When in doubt, as Albee often is, he mixes Theatre of the Absurd w realism, and adds a baby burp of Dadaism Depending on the casting, it can be an entertaining sniff and to hell with what it means, as with most of Albee Leave mum at home reading Grace Livingston Hill.

  2. Lauren

    And I m back to being indifferent to Edward Albee.Having found the other two 2001 Pulitzer finalists quite strong, The Play About the Baby is the weird cousin by comparison For me, The Play About the Baby represents the worst of mid century theatre too obtuse, experimental and absurd It feels like it s weird for the sake of being weird This is the sort of play that always makes me think of The Emperor s New Clothes in that I wonder if people actually enjoyed it or merely said they did because th [...]

  3. Tony

    THE PLAY ABOUT THE BABY 1997 Edward AlbeeThis is a strange two acter from Albee that can best be described as a black comedy There are only four players A Man, A Woman, A Young Man, and A Young Woman In the opening scene, the young man and young woman are in the hospital, the young woman is waiting to deliver her baby When the baby arrives, they then meet the older man and woman It soon becomes obvious that the older couple are there to steal the baby Why It seems as if they want to drive home t [...]

  4. Jt

    Perhaps I need to read it again Perhaps I need to be much older with life experience Perhaps I need to be on drugs.Whatever it is that I need to change in order to understand or appreciate this play, I am not willing to do Simply put There is a reason that, when you think of Edward Albee, you think of Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and not The Play About the Baby.

  5. Allison

    In general, I think absurdist plays are difficult to read and are enjoyable when seen assuming you can find a good production The Play About the Baby is supposedly a companion piece to one of Albee s earlier, very famous works I d tell you which, but that might spoil the fun.

  6. Carolyn

    This is a modern passion play stark, cool, removed that gets under the skin, penetrates to the bone, generally makes one uncomfortable as only human interactions can.

  7. Katerina

    I see now what they meant when somebody said that if you do not understand it the first time, you never shall.

  8. Meredith

    A bit of an odd duck, definitely a challenge to describe Wish it was a bit linear a lesser Whose Afraid of Virginia Wolfe

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