Man-Size (man_size) wrote,

Theater in the Now

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I talk to Theater in the Now about SWITCH TO KILL, my upcoming play at The Brick's Comic Book Theater Festival


What kind of theater speaks to you? What or who inspires you as an artist?: I love classic productions of betrayal and heartbreak, unrequited love made manifest and good old fashioned revenge, but nothing has yet to beat Rev Jen's Anti-slam. Rev Jen hosts a broken fun house mirror of humanity that skates the abstract equator of the the honest and the absurd. Wrong never felt so right.

If you could work with anyone you’ve yet to work with, who would it be?: I've always been a fan of actor Eric Roberts. I'd kill to write something for him that would get him performing like he did in "The Pope of Greenwich Village" and "Runaway Train." I'd also like to write a galactic Frankenstein story starring Michael Shannon.

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