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I can’t draw. But I can draw with sound. That’s the most useful thing I learned in terms of what my craft is… The arrangements were mine. They were little lines and stuff that I had written myself… And I was locked into this idea that vocals didn’t count, melodies didn’t count, songwriting craftsmanship didn’t count. The only thing that counted was high arching guitar solos…
My entire life, I’ve always known that I wanted to be a performer, but I didn’t know exactly how, where or when. I never learned or studied the craft, formally. I grew up doing martial arts and playing piano. But, something inside of me always said that I was going to do this, as far back as I can remember.
The ideal time for writing a [television] script is four days, though sometimes it has to be two or three days depending on the deadline. If it’s two days, sometimes there are things I see that don’t work as well. If I have two weeks, the scripts get kind of flabby and lack the adrenaline that a sense of deadline fills you with.
When do I say No? I say No when I feel that the intention of the play, or the spirit, or tone – or text! – is being knowingly changed. Fortunately, this has happened only once. Next time I would say No earlier, and definitively. Otherwise, ultimately, the only No you have is No, you can’t open the play. And that No is very very hard to say.