Imagine a starkid show where all the actors pick their most favorite character they’ve ever played and just go at it at an all in improv game to the death.
Let’s just remove the Tony for best actor. After all, it’s really more of a technical craft than an art form. And how are Tony voters supposed to judge the actor’s work? Obviously it’s too hard for the judges of a theatre awards show to have a basic understanding of the Stanislavski method. That wouLd be too much to ask. Let’s just expect actors to do their work without getting any sort of reward or attention for it.
Friendly reminder that Martin was immensely fond of the Dibbuns of Redwall, spending countless hours engaged in play with them.