When 'The Dark Side of the Moon' was a new album in 1973, a friend of mine walked into my room where I was working with a copy in his hand and said, 'You really have to do a play about this album.'
One feels that the past stays the way you left it, whereas the present is in constant movement; it's unstable all around you.
I was so thrilled being a reporter, because it gave you the kind of access to people that you wouldn't ever get to meet.
I think theater ought to be theatrical.
Schepisi is the sort of director who could, would, and frequently did phone me whenever he came across a textual problem.
I like plays where people talk a lot. Conversation is sustained. Argument is sustained.