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September 12, 2013


David Licata

This is really beautiful. That Arthur Miller citation is wonderful, hadn't come across it before, but it resonates and it's something I will consciously look for in all my work.


John Yearley

Thanks, David. I had never used the Miller quote in that direct a way before. It was a way of recognizing a feeling I couldn't put my finger on. Feeling like, "Everybody is happy, it is clearly a good play...so why do I feel so blah about it?"

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