Albee’s ‘Dubuque’ Shocks; ‘Tribes’ Goes Silent: Review
The humor in “The Lady From Dubuque,” Edward Albee’s mysterious-stranger play, is drenched in acid. So much so that it’s easy to understand why critics dismissed it 32 years ago and audiences followed their advice.
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