Edward Albee as Theatrical and Dramatic Innovator explores this three-time Pulitzer prize-winning playwright’s innovations as a dramatist and theatrical artist and his contributions to the evolution of modern American drama.
David A. Crespy, Ph.D. (1998), is Professor of Playwriting, Acting, and Dramatic literature at the University of Missouri. He founded MU's Writing for Performance program and serves as the program’s co-director and as the president of the Edward Albee Society.
Lincoln Konkle, Ph.D. (1991), is Professor of English at The College of New Jersey where he teaches and publishes on dramatic literature. He is author of Thornton Wilder and The Puritan Narrative Tradition and co-founder of the Albee Society.