In the opening scene of the play, we are introduced to the three
Start: A: (An announcement from nowhere; to no one in particular) I’m ninety-one.
B: (Pause) Is that so?
A: (Pause) Yes.
C: (Small smile) You’re ninety-two.
End: B: (Considers it; calm) Well...if you fell I’d either hear you or you’d raise a racket, and if you died what would it matter?
A: (Pause; then she laughs; true enjoyment) You can say that again!
Edward Albee, “Three Tall Women” in The Collected Plays of Edward Albee Vol. 3, Overlook Duckworth, 2008, pp.310-321..
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