He is sitting in the back row of the stalls of an empty Theatre Royal Haymarket. Compact and trim in off-duty sport casuals, whatever playwrights are meant to look like, Crane doesn't.
"Each of the people in the programme has a biography a page long of all their achievements. And mine is one line. If you did a movie of it, no one would believe it," he says.
Monday, July 02, 2007
In The Daily Telegraph, Jasper Rees meets Roger Crane, an American playwright who is having is first work staged (in the West End) at the age of 61.