5 Adam Rapp You Quotes

” I was born in Chicago, then I spent most of my youth in Joliet, Illinois which is about thirty minutes south, and I went to a military academy for high school in Wisconsin. Then I went to college, on a basketball scholarship to a small school in Iowa, so I’m like Mr. Midwest. “


” One of the tricks to writing great plays is to get people in a room together and not let them leave. You want the tension to escalate. Keeping them there is the hardest part, so you have to take away any excuse for them to leave. “


” When you’re poor, you don’t want anyone to know you’re poor. “


” When I work in the theater, you know you’ll get this almost devotional, religious experience where you’re breaking bread with everyone every day. “


” When you’re making under-million-dollar films, it becomes so much about actors’ availability. When you’re using big actors for small films, you’re in second or third position to the big monoliths. “



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I was born in Chicago, then I spent most of my youth in Joliet, Illinois which is about thirty minutes south, and I went to a military academy for high school in Wisconsin. Then I went to college, on a basketball scholarship to a small school in Iowa, so I
One of the tricks to writing great plays is to get people in a room together and not let them leave. You want the tension to escalate. Keeping them there is the hardest part, so you have to take away any excuse for them to leave.


When you
When I work in the theater, you know you
When you
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