Edward Albee, widely considered the foremost American playwright of his generation, whose psychologically astute and piercing dramas explored the contentiousness of intimacy, the gap between self-delusion and truth and the roiling desperation beneath the facade of contemporary life, died Friday at his home in Montauk, N.Y. He was 88.
To read the complete NYTimes obit, including links to reviews of his major works, click here.
To watch a video of Edward Albee talking theater, click here.
To read the Associated Press obit, click here.
To read his Wikipedia entry, click here.