Urban renewal

By MATT ASHARE  |  November 21, 2006

Or as Lester says, “It has to be a dialogue with Wenders and a reinvention of it. Often, in rehearsals, when we had a problem with the scene, we would go and look at the directions that Wenders was giving his cinematographer and his actors to see if there was any information there that wasn’t in the language of the screenplay. So Wenders was our Bible. But we had to both be faithful to it and smash it at the same time in order to be able to create it on stage.”

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