‘Come Madalena’ – Ennio Morricone
THE CHINESE PLAY is well and truly on the way. Even so, I can’t escape the negative feelings I have for it. It is a play I dislike, in all honesty; I don’t really feel happy being known as its author. I desire to write greater, far more emotionally rich works. Plays fuelled by research and experience. I am too young to give any weight to anything I write as yet. And god, I’d love to write novels – vast and passionate emotional adventures that travel from PARIS to BERLIN, from LONDON to NEW YORK, from HONG KONG to TOKYO.
I want to write with Flash.
I would also love to create a stage musical of THE PRISONER.
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Next time: ‘Chikki Chikki Ahh Ahh…’