Wednesday, April 8, 2009

OC Register's Paul Hodgins interviews Richard Greenberg

Richard Greenberg has a provocative theory: adultery used to be more common when he was growing up.

"Oh, sure it was. Adultery per se was more frequent then than it is now. People cheated – more than we know," said the playwright, 51, whose latest play, "My Mother's Brief Affair," looks at infidelity in an era when the subject was discussed in whispers, behind closed doors, and rarely. Commissioned by South Coast Repertory – the Costa Mesa theater's ninth Greenberg world-premiere production – it opens this weekend on the Segerstrom Stage...

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