Edward Albee received his third Pulitzer Prize in 1994 for THREE TALL WOMEN. It not only marked his return to the Pulitzer fold, it was his first critical success in nearly two decades.
In April 2001, the Weekend Theatre presented the play. Directed by John Haman, the play featured Glenda Hope Fortenbury, Deb Lewis and Sue Diaz as C, B, and A, respectively — the trio of the title. The relationships between the characters may or may not change in the play. As with most Albee plays, much is enigmatic.
2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the first Pulitzer Prize for Drama being given. To pay tribute to 100 years of the Pulitzer for Drama, each day this month a different Little Rock production of a Pulitzer Prize winning play will be highlighted. Many of these titles have been produced numerous times. This look will veer from high school to national tours in an attempt to give a glimpse into Little Rock’s breadth and depth of theatrical history.