Edward Albee’s ground-breaking one-act play - lyrical, abrasive, daring and witty in theme and form. Two strangers meet in Central Park, and the ensuing dialogue, with a shocking ending, brings into question many of the values - family, friendship, security, ownership - that shapes our live.
With ironic humour and unrelenting dramatic suspense, the play explores themes of isolation, loneliness, social disparity and dehumanisation in a commercial world.
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