A Delicate Balance
A play by Edward Albee (1928-*) about the confusion that erupts through a modern family’s attempt to avoid pain and discomfort. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, 1967.
The original text
First produced at the Martin Beck Theatre on Broadway on September 12, 1966. Published by Jonathan Cape, 1968.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1978: First produced in South Africa at the Baxter Theatre in 1978, directed by Rosalie van der Gucht. The cast: Zoë Randall, Michael Atkinson, Diana Allen, Pamela Stein, Ethwyn Grant, Ronald France. Costumes by Helen Rooza, lighting by Pip Marshall, stage manager Terry Hoffman assisted by Merle Lifson.
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