Sunday, March 23, 2014
"One of the things we’re supposed to be able to do as playwrights is write from a place of empathy, get into another character’s shoes and experience things both mundane and tragic. And people aren’t necessarily the most eloquent when trying to express their emotions. I guess I feel as a playwright that those people deserve a voice, too, a voice that isn’t so articulate that they themselves can no longer identify with it."
Posted by Michael Kunze at 6:00 AM