Jeremiah Goodman, born in 1922 in Niagra Falls, New York, has an unwavering passion for architecture, theatre, design, and interiors. Goodman illustrated buildings and interiors for the leading personalities, architects, and interior designers of his day. His work has been collected by such institutions as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cooper Hewitt Museum, and the New Britain Museum of American Art, and such individuals as Nan Bush and Bruce Weber, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Nancy and Ronald Reagan, and Mary Rodgers Guettel.
Edward Albee is internationally recognized as one of America’s greatest playwrights. The recipient of three Pulitzer prizes for A Delicate Balance, Seascape, and Three Tall Women, Albee is best known for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? A member of the Dramatists Guild Council and the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Albee teaches at the University of Houston. Both his Manhattan loft and his Montauk, New York, homes are reflections of his interest in interior design.