There’s no denying that what the experimental playwright and University of Texas at Dallas professor brings to the table is unique, necessary, and refreshingly off-the-wall.
I see my work like that of a diviner. When I meet a group of people that I am going to work with, it is thier needs that I must discover and respond to. The confluence of the inner and outer world is the center and what dictes the work. It guides the work and tells what needs to be evaluated, affirmed, and balanced. This is the practical function of theatre.