Tony Towle

(1939 / New York City / United States)

Vera


The ability to create illusion, that's what I have, what
all true actors have. By our mere presence on a stage
we can create any image we choose. We haven't eaten
a regular meal in months; I'm always scared when I'm writing.
Is it like that for other writers? I don't know. Again,
how did you feel when you were writing this work? The scene
shifts to a nearby room. But there the comparison ends; there
the violence is aimless, without any clear purpose. In a larger
sense it is not even satisfactory acting. Do you no longer
feel that this is possible in a weekly series? I tried to
bring the series to a meaningful end. And then the series
would be over? I wrote a number of stories for the series.
She will be a crazy American girl who becomes involved. That
is the way we think. Our people all have entertainment value.

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 08, 2014

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