Dwight Watson: 2010 LaFollette Lecture  

"For some time now I’ve been thinking about the relationship between dramatic writing, the audience, and that space in between. I think about the impact of the solo voice in monologue and the sound of multiple voices in dialogue. I think about the concert of ethereal ideas found not only in the full-length play but in the single word. It is this layering of language, the surge of memory and feeling, and the tease of “what if” that entice theater artist to open the book and shake meaning from it."

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