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New Edward Albee play postponed -- for the second time
New Edward Albee play postponed -- for the second time

Even Pulitzer Prize-winning playwrights are prone to self-doubt. Edward Albee, the Tony Award-winning writer of 1962's “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” was supposed to see his newest work, “Laying an Egg,” debut off-Broadway as the centerpiece of the Signature Theater's 2013-2014 season. However, the play has been postponed -- for the second time -- presumably because Albee doesn’t feel the work is ready for production, the New York Times reported. The play is about a middle-aged woman on a quest to become pregnant, a journey that’s further complicated by her domineering mother and the parameters of her late father’s will. ...

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