“Whether on or off stage, no human being is going to do anything well that does not interest them.”
American playwright David Mamet talks about his life and work in this 1998 interview with Sir Jeremy Isaacs, where he also discusses his views on Stanislavsky’s System, the role of the director and the role of the author, and compares the differences between writing for the stage and writing for film.
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