THOSE WHO HAVE EARS…SHOULD NOT ALWAYS HEAR.

One of the things I admire the most about the playwright, David Mamet, is his use of dialogue. He is a master at capturing the colloquial colors of everyday conversation and speech. He accomplished this by eavesdropping and transcribing actual dialogue he heard in bars, coffee shops, and other public places. He would write the Read more about THOSE WHO HAVE EARS…SHOULD NOT ALWAYS HEAR.[…]