"I could hardly stay in my seat inside the underground theater in Washington Square where I first experienced Man of La Mancha, 1965. The stage jutted out into the audience, and the actors came and went under the stage. They sometimes even changed costumes and characters right in front of our eyes. This was a mind-expanding lesson in what theater can be. To this day I still want to play Sancho Panza in a production."
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