„You need friends, especially in the theatre, you need friends. You need people to interchange with, interface with, connect with. Together you’re going to make it, you’re going to do it together, you’re going to put it on, whatever it is.“

—  Al Pacino

Producing Off-Off-Broadway] (2007)

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