Playwright Albee To Share His Skills With Princeton Students

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Playwright Edward Albee has signed on to teach at America's Princeton University as part of the Theatre Playwriting Fellowship programme. The Tony-award winning WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? writer will become a professor at the prestigious university next year (07).


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