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February 19, 2005


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Elliott (aka. Fresno Fres-yes, aka boy who auditioned for NCSA)

Hey. It's Elliott from ARGS. I wanted to thank you again for speaking at our school I learned alot, and had a really good time. I hope to see Volume of Smoke, but I'm not sure when.

So you told us to read Suburbia, and what else, sorry about the short term memory, somthing by a guy with the initials E. P. And if you have any other reading suggestions please feel free to inform me, I need to read as much as possible.

Well once again for the 900th time, thanks for comming to our school. And if you're ever in Richmond feel free to stop by school and give another masterclass.(hint, hint, wink, wink.)

Isaac Butler


Hey. If you are asking about which playwrights I mentioned when you asked who my favorites were, I said:

Caryl Churchill (I would read Cloud 9, Top Girls, and Mad Forest but keep in mind that Mad Forest won't make that much sense on the page unless you're up-to-date with your history of the Romanian Revolution)

Harold Pinter (of which I would read "One for the Road", "The Birthday Party" and "The Homecoming" for starters. That'll give you a good idea of what he's about, and if you like those, you can read the others, some of which are better)

Charles L. Mee Jr. (I would read Orestes 2.0 and Big Love)

Tony Kushner (I would read, on top of Angels, Hydriotaphia)

Clay mentioned Beckett and Pirandello

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