That is the question, although it shouldn't be a very tough one. Theater is one of humanity's greatest traditions of storytelling, going all the way back to medieval bards who kept audiences in a state of rapture (if they were good) with their animated storytelling. I hate to say it, but technology seems to have taken the motivation out of us. Why go see a play when you can watch television? Why go to the symphony when you can buy a CD? A professor of mine once said that seeing real people doing real things is irreplaceable. So turn off that television and go see a play!
Neighborhood: Old North End
When's the last time you saw a play on stage in Colorado Springs? Not that long ago! I guess it was about a week ago.
What's your favorite play? Off the top of my head I guess I could say End Game.
Who's your favorite playwright? I know this is gonna sound trite, but I have to say Shakespeare.
If you could portray any theatrical character, who would you choose? I've always wanted to do True West by Sam Shepard.
When's the last time you saw a play on stage in Colorado Springs? It was that Edgar Allen Poe thing at Smokebrush. I don't remember what it was called, actually.
What's your favorite play? If I could claim one that I haven't seen, then it would be No Exit. I've only read it.
Who's your favorite playwright? Sartre.
If you could portray any theatrical character, who would you choose? I would say the Vampire Armande, from the Theater of Vampires. It's never been epitomized in a play, but he's a theatrical character.