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The Zoo Story

Written by: Edward Albee
Performed: August 1988

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Amazingly presenting the appearance of realism, this one-act play set on a park bench in central park, is by far one of Albee's best. Dealing with many issues within society, Albee presents the alienation of a member of society and how this effects others. Peter and Jerry, the only two characters, represent opposing social class members. It is only when they spend time in each other's company one sunday afternoon that the differences in the men's two lives is exposed, perhaps a lot more than we would initially imagine. Written in the 1960's, this play exposes the rejection of the establishment, leading the audience to something suprisingly emotional and disasterous.....

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