Nursery Crimes April 2001--The Play About the Baby, Edward Albee's latest metaphysical puzzle, begins with a couple named Boy and Girl. They are young, gorgeous, half-naked, in love. Comparisons with Adam and Eve are in order, as they vividly recount their pleasure in each other's body. Their happiness is completed by the birth of a baby (an offstage event). Unfortunately, there's always a serpent in paradise. In this case, there are two, in the persons of an older couple, Man and Woman, ...

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