Zoe Karatzaferis

Zoe Karatzaferis

“I always hope to walk away from any theatrical experience with an unfamiliar perspective, finding a new foundation from which to propel myself forward. I want the sort of theatre that gives me the fire to seek my own artistic and creative narrative, theatre that keeps us all moving through our own human experience and relationships.” – Zoe Karatzaferis

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Kirk Stowers

Kirks Stowers

“Through theater, I seek to meet characters I could never hope to meet; hear stories I could never hope to hear; live lives I could otherwise never hope to live.”  – Kirk Stowers

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Ken Kucan

Ken Kucan

“A Public Fit – the name intrigues.  Do we throw a hissy-fit for the public?  Do we fit the public zeitgeist? Do we attempt to make the public fit, agree, or sympathize with us? I don’t know.  But I like Jean Anouilh’s observation that ‘the object of art is to give life a shape.’ And that is what we hope to do.  Presumably for the public.”  –  Ken Kucan

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John Bernstein

“Act well your part; there all the honor lies.” Alexander Pope. This was a favorite quote of my wife Maureen’s when she was a High School theatre teacher and she used it on all her theatre posters. I have taken this quote to heart as I see the many talents, including my own, supporting A Public Fit Theatre Company and satisfyingly watch as we all act our individual parts so well, including the audiences we serve, in continuing to bring A Public Fit Theatre to life in the community we love. – John Bernstein

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Joe Bunin

Joe Bunin

“The word ‘theatre’ comes from the Greeks, you know. It means ‘the seeing place.’  And like Stella Adler said, ‘it is the place people come to see the truth about life and the social situation.’”  – Joe Bunin

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Dina Emerson

Dina Emerson

“Theatre is even more valuable in today’s 21st-century environment, saturated as it is with ‘screen time’ and individual entertainment on demand.  It is a shared experience which feeds an essential part of the human psyche.  Theatre is unique in bringing performer and audience together in real time, in the same space, helping us understand our world and ourselves better.”  – Dina Emerson

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