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Tiny Alice


Tiny Alice

Tiny Alice, a three act play written by Edward Albee, premiered on Broadway at the Billy Rose Theatre on December 29, 1964.

Billy Rose Theatre production

Before its opening night there were eight previews beginning on December 21, 1964. Opening night was December 29, 1964. There were 167 performances of the play between opening night and closing night on May 22, 1965. The cast included John Gielgud as Julian, Irene Worth as Miss Alice, William Hutt as Lawyer, Eric Berry as Cardinal, and John Heffernan as Butler. In 1965, the production was nominated for Tony Awards for Best Play, Best Actor in a Play (Gielgud), Best Actress in a Play (Worth), Best Direction of a Play (Alan Schneider), Best Producer of a Play (Theater 1965 - Richard Barr, Clinton Wilder), and Best Author (Play) (Albee). Only Irene Worth actually garnered a Tony Award.[1]


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