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My love, my appreciation and my commitment to the arts has only grown stronger over time. Whether I am acting, teaching, writing, producing, directing, or running a theatre - it is the LOVE of what I do that drives me. Artists find inspiration in times of love and also in its absence. Entire cities have been built and burned because of lovers. It is something we can all relate to, and that which so many plays center around, from Euripides to Shakespeare to Jeremy O’Harris. While this month can bring up many feelings, just remember, you can always see your reflection in a play. Below are some of our favorite quotes. Dive in. What are your favorite playwright's quotes on love? Send in your favorite quotes, we would love to post them! “Stronger than lover's love is lover's hate. Incurable, in each, the wounds they make” - Euripides, Medea “My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep. The more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite.” - Shakespeare, Romeo & Juliet “I've never been in love. I've dreamt of it day and night, but my heart is like a fine piano no one can play because the key is lost.” - Anton Chekhov, The Three Sisters “In all these years, you never believed I loved you. And I did. I did so much. I did love you. I even loved your hate and your hardness.” - Tennessee Williams, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof “Sometimes I hate you, sometimes I hate myself, but always I miss you.” - David Henry Hwang, M. Butterfly “I’m thirty-six years old, I got a wife, I got two kids, I never felt nothin’ like this.” - Lanford Wilson, Burn This “I don't even know if I like you. I just know that whatever love I have for you is the only reason I'm even talking to you right now.” - Jeremy O Harris, Slave Play


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