QUOTABLE LIPKIN QUOTES
I’m certain I would have died at Auschwitz, but God forgot where he left me.
At the cemetery, holding his hand, I didn’t know whether I was crying for someone I’d lost or for someone I’d found.
There’s so much I’d like to do over but so little worth repeating.
Her fingerprints were on every relic found in my archaeological dig through memory.
He waited for her return the way a song waits for a singer.
Intimacy remembered is not intimacy.
Hate you? No. I’m just the guy who works at the circus with the shovel. Today, you’re on my shovel.
Predict the future? I can’t even predict the past with certainty.
Intimacy may be avoided by either telling your story to no one or to everyone.
The Regional Premiere of Robert Lipkin’s compelling psychological drama “Sweeter Than Justice” on stage at Asolo Rep’s Cook Theatre from May 12-May 22, 2016. More info about the play, cast/director/playwright bios, and advance ticket purchase at PageToStageProductions.com
“Sweeter Than Justice” unfolds in a world where choices are never simple, the line between right and wrong is blurred, and it’s hard to tell heroes from villains. It’s South Philly in 1963, andRead More...
Robert Lipkin’s Sweeter Than Justice has its Final Staged Reading at the Glenridge Performing Arts Center, in Sarasota, FL, Friday, Feb 5th & Saturday Feb 6th.
After each reading there will be an Audience Talk-back & Meet The Cast/Director/Playwright.
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