I worked for three years at the Rep during the Sullivan years and I don't have fond memories of the guy. If you're an actor, he's warm and friendly and engaging. If you're "just" a crew member, he won't even acknowledge your existence if he passes you in the hall.
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Ay krikey, and I'm thinking I've done in all them bastard Danny O'Sullivans. You watch your back Danny boy. You watch your back. Sullivan bastards!
Not many good comments here - I thought you meant Eddy Money was back ...
Hard to see how this is a step forward for Seattle towards becoming a world class theatre town. From my near two decade view from the trenches, it's kinda like a Union soldier being told Fightin' Joe Hooker is back in charge. No one more perfectly embodies the hub-and-spoke New York centric development model that Seattle's gonna have to shed if it wants a seat at the grownups' table. (How's that for metaphor mess?!)
true story: that's my dad's name.
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