PLAYWRIGHTS ON WRITING: "I believe that we come to the theater for that communion -- even if armed with cell phones and cellophane -- to try to make some sense of the experience of being human," says playwright David Rambo.

<b>PLAYWRIGHTS ON WRITING:</b> "I believe that we come to the theater for that communion -- even if armed with cell phones and cellophane -- to try to make some sense of the experience of being human," says playwright David Rambo.

( Kirk McKoy, Los Angeles Times / January 29, 2002 )

PLAYWRIGHTS ON WRITING: "I believe that we come to the theater for that communion -- even if armed with cell phones and cellophane -- to try to make some sense of the experience of being human," says playwright David Rambo.

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