YOUR NEUTRAL APOSTROPHES SICKEN ME

Tracy Letts:

I think until [August: Osage County] I was a pretty closed shop. I kept a great deal in reserve, and I still do. I don’t mean to suggest I’m past that; I still hold a lot inside. I had a friend I was in a play with once, she was not a close friend, and she said to me at one point offhandedly, “Tracy Letts, friend to many, good friend to none.” I had to turn it over and wonder, Is that true? Am I that closed? I can be very generous with people, but sometimes, I don’t know, not so generous with myself.

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