"Every play in your season should be a premiere—a world premiere, an American premiere, or at least a regional premiere. Everybody has to help. Directors: Find a new play to help develop in the next 12 months. Actors: Ditto. Playwrights: Quit developing your plays into the ground with workshop after workshop after workshop—get them out there. Critics: Reward theaters that risk new work by making a special effort to review them." -Ten Things Theaters Need to Do Right Now to Save Themselves
posted by Navelgazer
on Feb 24, 2014 -
Kruschen Salts and Camus' Stranger:
"A bit later, for want of anything better to do, I (Mersault) picked up an old newspaper that was lying on the floor and read it. There was an advertisement of Kruschen Salts
and I cut it out and pasted it into an album where I keep things that amuse me in the papers."
Dave Till has collected some other advertisements
that Meursault might like.
posted by eighth_excerpt
on Feb 20, 2006 -