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“No Friction. No Interest. No Play.” – Arthur Penn

“I do not want to know another thing about what a nice guy or gal someone on the stage is: This is entirely irrelevant to me. Some sort of desperation has crept into our theatre–all of our arts, really, but we’re discussing theatre–where we feel a defensive wall is erected around the meretriciousness of our […]

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You are not meant to walk up a small hill with little effort to look at an okay view of an okay city that a lot of others can see also. You are meant to climb a mountain with little to no gear, have moments where you want to sleep in a cave for days, […]

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