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Zoe Caldwell: 1933-2020

Zoe Caldwell, a Tony winner for Slapstick Tragedy, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Medea, and Master Class, died on Feb. 16. She was 86.

HOW DOES A

playwright thank an actress who has been a muse since his first encounter with her unparalleled brilliance? If you’re smart, you write a play for her. If you’re lucky, she agrees to do it.

In Zoe Caldwell’s case I was both. I believe I have had a

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