Hemingway said you should write your story, and then take all of the “best” lines out. Would we like F. Scott Fitzgerald, or Toni Morrison, or James Baldwin half as much if they took our their best lines?
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collaboration, to me, is one of the joys of playwriting. It affords me the perfect ratio of solitude and company. I got into to the theater to be with people I trusted and who generally saw the world the same I did. That’s why I still do it.
A Brief Intermission
“I’m learning to have confidence that, though I’m a firm believer of not stopping to getting in your own way when things are humming, it’s OK to try to recognize when that hum diminishes, and to have faith that it will come back when its ready to.”
My Naughty Weekend Fling With Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard
“This guy (Chekhov) might know a thing or two about playwriting.” – Jill Eikenberry
Social Distancing From Myself
As someone for whom “inner peace” has usually been an oxymoron, being trapped indoors is a real challenge.