A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee (1967): Chosen by Committee Episode 44

Edward Albee won his first of three Pulitzer Prizes for Drama in 1967 for his three-act work A Delicate Balance. In this episode of Chosen by Committee, Josh, John, and Chris talk about this and the play which should’ve won Albee his first prize, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The Pulitzer committee nominated this for the prize in 1963, but the board declined to award it (or any prize).

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