All Over

In "All Over," the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "A Delicate Balance" continues his penetrating exploration of family relationships. The setting for Edward Albee's powerful, poetic drama is a large elegant sitting room where a famous man lies dying behind a discreet hospital screen. Reporters and television crews are waiting downstairs to record the event for posterity, while gathered in the "death chamber" are the great man's wife, mistress, son, daughter and best friend, the family lawyer. A beautifully orchestrated play, full of reminiscences and dreams in which the characters interact within a defined social ritual society has forced them to play.

"One of those rare plays that serves as a mirror for all of us." - The New York Daily News

1976, Drama, 120 minutes, Color

Cast: Myra Carter, William Prince, Anne Shropshire

Written by: Edward Albee

Directed by: John Desmond

Produced by: Jac Venza and Phylis Geller

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Theater In America, 1976

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