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Edward Albee's
Seascape to be revived on Broadway

Edward Albee's
Seascape to be revived on Broadway

What would a Broadway season be without a play by Edward Albee? And this fall New York will get a major revival of one of Albee's strangest works: Seascape, which had a short Broadway run 30 years ago. The Lincoln Center Theater production, directed by Mark Lamos, stars George Grizzard, Frances Sternhagen, Elizabeth Marvel, and Frederick Weller. This tale of two humans and two lizards opens November 21 at the Booth Theatre. Preview performances begin October 28. The original, which won the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for drama, starred Deborah Kerr, Barry Nelson, Maureen Anderman, and Frank Langella. (Michael Kuchwara, via AP)

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