Masterpiece theater: Edward Albee’s Occupant

Louise Nevelson was a sculptor rather than a painter, and thus outside TCOP’s usual focus, but I saw Albee’s play last weekend, and I’m sure all artists will appreciate it. Set on a sparsely furnished stage, the play begins with a smarmy interviewer, archly played by Larry Bryggman, explaining to the audience that we are … read more… “Masterpiece theater: Edward Albee’s Occupant”

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