PHOTO CALL: Albee's Tiny Alice Gets Second Stage-ing With Robins, Thomas Dec. 5

News   PHOTO CALL: Albee's Tiny Alice Gets Second Stage-ing With Robins, Thomas Dec. 5 Laila Robins and Richard Thomas, stars of Tiny Alice, surrond the playwright Edward Albee at the Dec. 5 opening night at Second Stage.
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Laila Robins and Richard Thomas, stars of Tiny Alice, surrond the playwright Edward Albee at the Dec. 5 opening night at Second Stage. The original production of Tiny Alice was presented on Broadway in December 1964, with John Gielgud and Irene Worth under the direction of Alan Schneider. The play was greeted by largely negative reviews, the tone of the notices all the most noteworthy since Alice was Albee's first full-length play since the universally praised Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? In March 1965, Albee took the extraordinary measure of holding a press conference to address critical response.