If London is a watercolor, New York is an oil painting.
Things rust, you know, like the heart. My cardiologist said, 'It's a pump; use it - that's the sole advice I've got to give you.' It's the same in playwriting. Don't theorise about it. Do it.
Art and literature are my surrogate religions.
You can't always let people do their own thing.
I made, over the years in Cambridge, several very good American friends, and America appeared to me, a land of promise in every sense of that word, a land of freedom from the inhibitions and restrictions that I felt in England.
Rehearsing a play is making the word flesh. Publishing a play is reversing the process.
Everything we feel is made of Time. All the beauties of life are shaped by it.
Passion, you see, can be destroyed by a doctor. It cannot be created.
The rhetoric is the key to the character. It's the verbal music of the piece.
I was an accomplice in my own frustration.
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