“I was once told I act in the wilderness and that I have no point of view. I’ve come to trust that something will emerge from the wilderness. I like going in every which way during rehearsal. I usually work from the inside out, but sometimes it’s the other way around. I may rehearse at top energy or top speed, and then the next day I’ll play it low-key. It’s all a big cauldron. I throw everything in, see what works, and then do less and less. It starts as a minestrone and then becomes a simple broth” (From an interview with Simi Horwitz published on Backstage).