SYNOPSIS: Edward Albee, in his second Pulitzer Prize-winning play, has a day at the beach, investigating the communication between couples — one, a pair of middle-aged American humans contemplating retirement; the other, a male and female lizard tiring of the sea and considering a landlocked life.
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Drama Desk Award
1975 Outstanding Costume Design Nominee
1975 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
1975 Outstanding New Play (American) Nominee
New York Drama Critics' Circle
1975 Best American Play Nominee
Pulitzer Prize
1975 Pulitzer Prize for Drama Winner
Tony Award
1975 Best Featured Actor in a Play Winner
1975 Lighting Design (Play or Musical) Nominee
1975 Play Nominee

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