07 April, 2007

Julie Marie Myatt, playwright, interviews

LA Times:

"Until a few months ago, Julie Marie Myatt was struggling with the loneliness of the long-distance playwriting career — as in a long distance from financial security and an even longer distance from being noted, let alone famous."

Orange County Weekly:

“I think it’s an astonishing play because it’s so mysterious and elusive, it’s very subtle, and while there’s great humor in it, there’s also a huge streak of melancholy and longing. The emotional life of this play is palpable because it’s really all about family and the complicated motivations behind why people do things and how they’re never as straightforward or simple as they seem on the surface.”

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