Tito Livas talks about why he prefers writing under pressure, how he visualizes the story, and what he considers to be a success as a playwright. Tito is a playwright and actor of color and we spend some time talking about what that means, whose stories are being told, who is telling them, and what kind of misrepresentation traditionally occurs on theatrical stages.
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