The Zoo Story
According to influential critic C.W.E. Bigsby, The Zoo Story “must be the most impressive debut ever made by an American dramatist”, and within the year, Albee had gone on to write Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, the first of three Pulitzer prize winning plays in a remarkable career.
The chance encounter of two strangers in New York’s Central Park, by turns fascinating, threatening, poignant and darkly comic, explores the underbelly of urban life and has become a staple of the modern American repertoire.
Come see what the Zoo Story is all about this summer at Smock Alley’s Boy’s School.
Amigos Theatre Company was established in 2013 by Marcos Isla and Clide Delaney. It focuses on encouraging all different facets of theatre and introducing, inspiring and developing new actors, writers and directors.