Wednesday, September 3, 2014


Serious drama is always an account of the damage, the woundings inflicted by one's tribe and the tribes of others, the limits imposed by history that one accepts and embraces in order to be seen and heard. We tell our stories out of these wounds, out of the damage done by family, school, history and frustrated desire, believing we are answerable to all of these, or that they are answerable to us. Family, school, history and desire are where our sins and shortcomings live.

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