Theatre Tuesday: Albee answers the age-old question
In discussions with theatre folk, the question always seems to come up: "What's the difference between a play and a movie?"
Well, playwright Edward Albee put in his two cents in an interview with the Boston Globe. "You can take a deaf person to a movie; you can't take a blind person. You can take a blind person to a play; you can't take a deaf person," Albee said. Then, he added: "Except a critic" and stuck out his tongue.
I'll add that to my list of answers...