Seen Off Broadway: Edward Albee’s Occupant is not your usual sort of bio-play, but then again Albee has never been your usual kind of playwright. For one thing, the subject of the inquiry, sculptor (and Albee friend) Louise Nevelson is dead, and her interviewer, known simply as The Man, is more interested in badgering her than in a garden-variety Q&A. This makes the Signature Theatre Company production somewhat frustrating, and viewers unfamiliar with the artist (who died in 1988) are ...

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