Friday, June 02, 2006

Time Out New York / The not-ready-for-Broadway playwrights:

“I don’t think audiences sitting in Broadway houses are less sensitive or intelligent. They’re just buying a package rather than a piece of art,” she says. “I like theater that doesn’t taste so good while you’re eating it, but you remember it. You’re like, What the hell is this in my mouth? It’s kind of slimy and wet."

Oh, Sheila--is there nothing you won't say?
1:08 AM