The Holocaust story has been told and retold so many times.
Lou Tyrrell has created a theatre that is a safe haven for playwrights, a birthing center for new American writing. Arts Garage has created a vital, enthusiastic audience for theatre, music, painting and sculpture in Delray Beach.
I have never written a play, a story, a poem, or my one film - anything - unless something was troubling me enough, wrecking me, in fact, to drive me back into the absurdity of writing. I do not enjoy writing.
It's not unusual for people to like Florida in the winter. I'm not a great tourist. I like coming down to work.
Maybe all theatre is going to be irrelevant for all time.
I've always been a fighter - it's always been a part of my personality.
L.A. is so focused on TV and film that theater is kind of an arcane sport. People look at you like you're doing something cute.
I began coming to Paris in the 1960s when I was told audiences here liked my work. More than 20 of my plays have been produced in Paris, and several have had long runs and have returned in revivals.
Theatre's great. It's such an act of faith. It's a wonderful art form where you suspend disbelief for a couple of hours. It's a lovely art form because the actors and the audience are alive and in the room at the same time together. That's why I love the theatre.
People expect someone with the name 'Israel Horovitz' to be a little old man with sideburns carrying a Torah.
France is very welcoming to foreign writers.
Gloucester's not some chi-chi tourist town. It's a working-class seaport: a no-kidding-around down-and-dirty place.
I don't direct the plays of others.
I felt no need to write a German-bashing play.
My agent in London says all New York films are wonderful if they're really New York films because they're like travelogues.
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