PEOPLE AT: 'D Deb Debbie Deborah'

 Photo by Jeanette Moses

Photo by Jeanette Moses

Q: Why did you decide to come to this show tonight?

A: (right) Well, I’m first on the wait list, so I’m crossing my fingers. I think I'll get lucky, because usually in situations like this, you do.

Q: Was there anything in particular that made you want to come to this show tonight?

A: (left) I’m a friend of the playwright.

A(right) And I’m a friend of the director.

Q: How often do you come out and support theater?

A: (left) It depends. I stopped seeing theater for a long time. I was not interested and recently, within the past five or six months I’ve been going out to support friends a lot more…and people have been throwing me some comp tickets…which makes it easier.

A: (right) Yeah, that is a plus.

Q: So why do you think it is important to come support productions at smaller theaters like this one?

A: (left) This is where the interesting stuff is. I don’t want to see the big budget bullshit that two million people have their hands in. Bigger budget stuff needs to be more mundane. It needs to play to the lowest common denominator. That is why it is nice to come to something like this. It has imagination.

A: (right) Also this is where real collaboration happens. Where people actually create something incredible. 


 

D Deb Debbie Deborah

Wild Project

thru May 30