The Duke Law Drama Society presents "The Zoo Story," Edward Albee's unforgettable tale of alienation and social inequity in the modern world. Performance starring Brad Miller and Slavik Gabinsky; directed by Paul Monsanto. Admission is free. Parental advisory: This performance may not be suitable for children. By turns haunting and hilarious, "The Zoo Story" was the first major play by Edward Albee, a three-time Pulitzer Prize-winner who went on to write "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and is arguably our greatest living English-language playwright. To be held in the Beber Sculpture Garden. For more information, contact Paul Monsanto at email@example.com.
The Zoo Story
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