If I wasn't in the theater, I would be a hermit.
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All the dialogue on tape, and we'd play the tape in performance. Then I thought it'd be interesting if the actor's repeated what they heard on the tape, but at a slower speed, so we'd get a web of language.
From that time through the time I was a New Dramatist, when I was something like twenty-two, I saw absolutely everything in New York. Absolutely everything.
My play is the ultimate expression of my feeling of the twilight of Western civilization.
I've been trying to figure out for at least the last 10 years how to force myself into something more risky.
When, at fifteen years of age, I started going every weekend to New York, the plays that I loved were always the weird plays.
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