…is that I look like this until about 2 pm.
American Theatre Mag gives some love.
Rehearsals for PHOEBE IN WINTER have just started with Clubbed Thumb. In preparation, dramaturg Christine Scarfuto, director Mike Donahue and I have been having multiple script meetings all over the city. Structure, content, character, tone? BAM. Solving it all! Here is photographic evidence of the grave and focused nature of our meetings.
Meanwhile, playwright (and roommate) Eric Dufault and I leave each other helpful and supportive messages.
MD: ha, you so don’t know what point in the process we’re at —
this is the period of time where i trick you into thinking i have lots of respect for your opinion, so you’re totally unable to see what’s coming down the road
JS: oh whew!! i was starting to feel respected by you, and it was so confusing!
thanks for the explanation, i feel better now.
This is amazing. I want to read ALL THE BOOKS.
The blindingly theatrical, fiercely political, unabashedly fearless voice that stunned me into love (with theatre? with her? who knows!) when I was 18, 19. Here’s an interview with playwright Sarah Kane, a few months before her death.