Rosalind Productions, Inc.

Co-produced

The Tony-Nominated Broadway Revival of

Three Tall Women

by Edward Albee

Directed by Joe Mantello

THREE TALL WOMEN

ran March 1 to June 24, 2018
at The John Golden Theatre
on Broadway

As an imperious, acerbic old woman lies dying, she is tended by two other women and visited by a young man. Three Tall Women won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1994. This 2018 revival received Tony, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle, and Drama Desk nominations. Both Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf received Tony Awards for their performances.

Starring

Tony Award Winner
GLENDA JACKSON
Tony Award Winner
LAURIE METCALF
ALISON PILL

Produced by

SCOTT RUDIN
BARRY DILLER
ELI BUSH
THE JOHN GORE ORGANIZATION
JAMES L. NEDERLANDER
CANDY SPELLING
LEN BLAVATNIK
UNIVERSAL THEATER GROUP
ROSALIND PRODUCTIONS, INC.
ERIC FALKENSTEIN
PETER MAY
JAY ALIX & UNA JACKMAN
PATTY BAKER
DIANA DIMENNA
DAVID MIRVISH
WENDY FEDERMAN & HENI KOENIGSBERG
BENJAMIN LOWY & ADRIAN SALPETER
JASON BLUM
JAMIE DEROY
GABRIELLE PALITZ
TED SNOWDON
RICHARD WINKLER

Associate Producer

TOM ISHIZUKA
Scenic Design by
MIRIAM BUETHER
Lighting Design by
PAUL GALLO
Costume Design by
ANN ROTH
Sound Design by
FITZ PATTON
Hair Design by
CAMPBELL YOUNG ASSOCIATES
Make up Design by
CAMPBELL YOUNG ASSOCIATES
Casting by
CAPARELLIOTIS CASTING
Executive Producer
JOEY PARNES, SUE WAGNER, JOHN JOHNSON
General Manager
JOEY PARNES PRODUCTIONS
Production Stage Manager
WILLIAM JOSEPH BARNES
Company Manager
MIKE MCLINDEN
Press Representatives
SAM RUDY MEDIA RELATIONS AND JIM BYK

Production Photos

Reviews

Glenda Jackson is back; even better, she’s back in a role that’s big enough to need her.

-The New York Times

Mantello’s stunning production bulges out the vascularity of this fantastic play. … Metcalf is a key weapon in his arsenal, because we immediately intuit her no-nonsense Midwestern humanity…

-Chicago Tribune

This Broadway production, gracefully directed by Joe Mantello, performs the work without an intermission, underscoring the seamlessness of Albee’s vision.

-Los Angeles Times

Stage acting doesn’t get any better than Glenda Jackson’s performance as the autocratic nonagenarian in Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women…

-The Hollywood Reporter

…directed with a sublimely paced grace by Joe Mantello

-The Daily Beast