"I think it comes from something Sam Shepard has talked about before, about the self being unknowable, and it’s about the frustration of trying to know oneself."
Eugene O’Hare played aspiring screenwriter Austin in Phillip Breen’s revival production of Sam Shepard's True West.
O’Hare explores the complicated relationship between brothers Austin and Lee, explains how silences are an integral part of dialogue and character development, and reflects on how the play’s themes, set and audience impact and inspire his performance.
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