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Remembering Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Edward Albee09:49
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In this May 2, 1967, file photo, playwright Edward Albee, winner of the 1967 Pulitzer Prize for drama, for his play "A Delicate Balance," talks to reporters during a news conference at the Cherry Lane Theater in the Greenwich Village section of New York. (AP)
In this May 2, 1967, file photo, playwright Edward Albee, winner of the 1967 Pulitzer Prize for drama, for his play "A Delicate Balance," talks to reporters during a news conference at the Cherry Lane Theater in the Greenwich Village section of New York. (AP)
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Edward Albee, author of such plays as "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," died on Sept. 16. He was 88.

Albee won three Tony Awards during his career — including one for lifetime achievement — as well as three Pulitzer Prizes.

Here & Now's Robin Young spoke with Albee in 2007 about his advice for aspiring writers and his thoughts on the future of American theater.

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Edward Albee, Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright.

This segment aired on September 26, 2016.

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