A Lost Opportunity in “Three Tall Women”

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In Edward Albee’s play, the legendary Glenda Jackson is a gift that the director, Joe Mantello, doesn’t so much squander as fail to unwrap.
Hilton Als reviews Edward Albee’s play, starring the legendary Glenda Jackson and directed by Joe Mantello.

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