Review Fix chats with Michael K. White and Dianna Stark, who discuss their production at this yearâ€™s Midtown International Theatre Festival.
About Grahamâ€™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 motherâ€™s lap.
Stark: Sometimes I eat candy and sometimes I donâ€™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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