He is known for his plays Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Unstable equilibrium”
Moscow. September 17. INTERFAX.RU – Famous American playwright, the winner of the Tony award and Pulitzer prize winner Edward Albee, died at his home in upstate new York at the age of 88 years, said on Saturday the British broadcasting Corporation BBC.
Fame Albee brought such plays as “Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, “A delicate balance” and “seascape”.
Albee was one of the most prominent representatives of the “theatre of the absurd,” trends in Western drama, emerged in the mid-twentieth century.