Sitting in this chair, my recommendation would carry too much weight.
I feel that I'm leaving Williamstown too early, but I'd rather leave too early than too late.
I've never presented. The logistics of that is a challenge.
Just go out there and do it. It's not the easiest path.
I had no training in the theater. I did not study it but just did it.
I have no interest in directing. I'd be a bad director.
It's exciting to see a kid at a rehearsal meeting with someone who seems like such an icon.
Los Angeles has always been on the table with us.
The audience includes subscribers, so you have to be careful.
I'll be going to the granddaddy of the Los Angeles theaters.
I went into this job to do plays, but that's here for 10 weeks, and the rest of the year I do a lot of other things-the administrative work of planning, reading plays.
In next five to 10 years I probably would have done my best work, but I was afraid of having another 10 or 15 years ahead of me and feeling stale, so this was an opportunity to reinvigorate myself.
The trick is to have my own particular taste and feel for the theater to audiences who have been used to one particular style and taste for nearly 40 years.
There's been a big spur in downtown development with new business, restaurants and a lot of loft buying. The buses run, and there's a subway that runs through downtown.
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