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Albee drama is new tack

Director Fava versed in comedy takes on serious work at Civic Playhouse

From left, Joanne Westervelt, Cristine M. Loffredo and Stephanie G. Insogna star in Schenectady Civic Playhouse’s production of “Three Tall Women.” (photo: Tom Killips)
From left, Joanne Westervelt, Cristine M. Loffredo and Stephanie G. Insogna star in Schenectady Civic Playhouse’s production of “Three Tall Women.” (photo: Tom Killips)
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If Joe Fava has a niche in the local theater community, it’s directing classic comedies and big Broadway musicals. So, why is he running the show for Edward Albee’s 1994 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, “Three Tall Women,” opening Friday night at the Schenectady Civic Playhouse? “I don’t normally do this kind of stuff, but I thought it was something I could have a lot of fun with,” said Fava, a long-time performer and director with the ...


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