Edward Albee
(© Joseph Marzullo/Retna)
Edward Albee
(© Joseph Marzullo/Retna)
Edward Albee will participate in the panel discussion "The Phenomenon and Retrospective," as part of the Boston Conservatory's A Place to Say Something: A Celebration of the Off-Off-Broadway Movement of the '60s, which will take place November 9-12 at the Conservatory's Zack Box Theatre.

The four-day event will also include a reception and book launch for Back to the Caffe Cino, a collection of over 20 plays written between 1959-1967; performances of short plays by Lanford Wilson, Robert Patrick, Doric Wilson, and other writers -- many of whom will attend the Festival; and a workshop dedicated to the Living Theatre. Other participants in the panel discussion will include George Birimsa, John Gilman, Robert Heide, William Hoffman, Larry Loonin, Michael McGrinder, Steve Susoyey, George White, and moderator Phoebe Wray.

All events are free. Call 617-922-9222 by November 7; after that date, call 617-912-9144. For additional information, visit www.bostonconservatory.edu.