“Our show started off with a bang, and then to have Hurricane Sandy, the Nor’Easter, the Election, and the Connecticut slaughter come upon a show in which gunshots take place, the audiences we’ve had recently were somewhat depressed. So it’s been an uphill battle on this show to get its quality out there under level playing field conditions.”
My interview with the profound Ed Asner on performing in Grace, a show where the four characters are shot and murdered before the show even starts.
He also talks about people puking over the balcony.
I’m not much of a theatre buff, but this quote from my friend’s interview with Ed Asner is pretty remarkable.