"It’s so interesting to watch how women can attack this work that has been written by and for men. If men knew how women thought and if women knew how men thought, this would be boring. But because we don’t understand each other completely, we bring a complex energy to the work, to the text, and that adds an extra layer of brilliance to the show."
"If you're going to make your own piece of art, you can't keep everything. It's a bit like a quilt: the pieces come from all three contexts, but you're not making three quilts, you're trying to make one...our goal was always how to use these things in the service of a production that is as alive and as meaningful as possible, to us, right now."