A: Too much complexity and too little simplicity. Complexity is caused when there is a lack of trust and lying. Simplicity happens when there is honesty.
Q: If your legacy could be just one of your performances, which would you choose?
A: It would be "King Lear" and "Mice and Men."
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Q: I thought you would include "Roots" in that.
A: "Roots" was a team effort. I was lucky to be part of it.
Q: What gives you the biggest thrill in your life?
A: When something happens between my wife and my son and me. They are sharp wits and I am not. So when something unexpected happens and we get to giggling, it is wonderful. They have a great sense of humor.
Q: Who are your favorite actors?
A: All actors are incomparable and I wouldn't even like to venture as to who I prefer. There are no best. We are all incomparable in a most flattering sense.
Q: What is something most people don't know about you?
A: If you don't know, it means it is nobody's business but mine.
Tickets prices for "Love Letters" at the Warner Theater begin at $125. Information: 860-806-6003 or e-mail GreenwoodsPresents@gmail.com