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Is "back to formula" in any way relevant to Turn Off the Dark?
It’s relevant in that they definitely should’ve gone back to formula. But the line is never uttered
I still view it as a positive thing because I won and I got to go to Tokyo with my roommate, and the play itself went over well with the studentsAww. That’s actually kind of sad. I’m sorry it didn’t work out the way you wanted it to.
It’s on youtube somewhere but it’s kind of embarrassing because the production was very minimal, and it was workshopped a lot by several people with the school who had different approaches to plays, jokes were added in the end that weren’t run by me, etc - it was kind of an “oh well I already cashed the check” situationOh my god please explain this Oedipus parody. I want to hear all about it.
Also among the stuff you've written, have you written any plays or musicals besides TTM?
I wrote a play my freshman year of college and won a contest with it! That’s why I got to go to Japan.
The contest was to reimagine one of the freshman seminar reading assignments as a play to be performed for the following class of freshmen, so I did a parody of Oedipus.
And that one guy diedNo one died! There were just many broken bones, some concussions, and one guy had his foot crushed and later amputated
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