“No, I would have known life, rain on my skin, sunlight on my forehead. Master, you have lost. Pay him! Reward him!”
2. a superstition you recall from your childhood
Make a u turn when a cat that looks even remotely black crosses. Even if that means taking the long way home.
3. what drew you to this play?
I met Antonevia at a friend’s performance and as we sat together and began to talk, I became entranced by her humor and interest in so many disciplines. When she told me she was working on a Derek Walcott play, I was eager to help, since he is one of my favorite writers. I read the script and was hooked. Then, when I showed up at rehearsal, the rest of the cast drew me in and made me look forward to sharing this piece with them every day. I have learned so much about the way that performers can work together and energize each other. Also, I have gained a deeper knowledge of lighting and sound production. I feel so lucky to have met such an amazing, nurturing group of people.
4. Where are you from?
StatenJerzy, the land of oil tanks, highways and italianisms.