Review Fix Midtown International Theatre Festival Coverage: Michael K. White and Dianna Stark Talk ‘Graham’s Law of Diffusion’

Review Fix chats with Michael K. White and Dianna Stark, who discuss their production at this year’s Midtown International Theatre Festival.

About Graham’s Law of Diffusion:

GRAHAM’S LAW OF DIFFUSION by Michael K. White and Dianna Stark, directed by Terry V. Prideaux; starring Quinn Wise and Sean Doherty*. Two teenagers. A can of antiperspirant. Dying never smelled so fresh! (Comedy) *AEA Performance Schedule: Wed 3/23, 8:30pm; Fri 3/25, 7:00pm; Sun 3/27, 1:00pm

Review Fix: What was the inspiration for this project?

Dianna Stark: Peace and love. (And sweet, sweet money)

Michael K. White: World domination.

Review Fix: What’s your creative process like

White: Like a child climbing into his mother’s lap.

Stark: Sometimes I eat candy and sometimes I don’t.

Review Fix: What did you learn about yourself through this process?

Stark: I learned nothing about myself.

White: I learned that Bruno Hauptman was guilty of kidnapping the Lindbergh baby.

Review Fix: How does it feel to be a part of something like this?

Stark: Too big for my britches.

White: It feels like kittens.

Review Fix: What are your ultimate goals for this production and for the future?

Stark: My goals for this production are cataclysmic. My goals for the future are to continue to floss nightly.

White: My goals for this production is to make enough money to buy a monkey. My goals for the future are to use that monkey for unholy acts and purposes.

Review Fix: What do you think your audiences will enjoy the most?

Stark: The magic fountain scene.

White: The car chase and resulting food fight.

Review Fix: What’s next?

Stark: Civil war reenactment with guinea pigs

White: A lovely cup of coffee.

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