Animal: What Makes Us Human
2013 Chicago Tribune Literary Prize
We regret to tell you that the November 3 awarding of the Chicago Tribune Literary Prize to Edward Albee has been cancelled because of a conflict with the playwright's availability.
The CHF Box Office staff will be able to exchange your tickets for another Festival program as long as that program is not sold out. You can peruse other festival programs on the Events page. You may also request an exchange voucher to use at a future CHF event through June 2014, during our 2014 year-round programming or next May's Stages, Sights, and Sounds.
To exchange tickets, email email@example.com. Be sure to include your name, your mailing address, your phone number, how many Edward Albee tickets you held, and whether you paid over the phone or online.
You may also donate your tickets back to the Festival, and for your donation you will receive a tax deduction form.
To request a refund, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, mailing address, phone number, how many Edward Albee tickets you held, and whether you paid over the phone or online. Due to the volume of activity in the box office, please be aware that all refunds will be processed after the festival, starting the week of November 11th.
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Edward Albee turned to playwriting in the 1950s. His early popular one-acts, including The Zoo Story, established him as a critic of American values. He is best known for his first full-length play Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Albee also received Pulitzer Prizes for A Delicate Balance, Seascape and Three Tall Women.