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Michael Schulman


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Michael Schulman is a contributor and arts editor at the New Yorker. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the Believer, and other publications. He lives in New York City.

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Contemporary Scenes for Stu...

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The Actor's Scenebook: Scen...

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“Pretending is not just play. Pretending is imagined possibility. Pretending or acting is a very valuable life skill, and we all do it all the time. We don’t want to be caught doing it, but nevertheless it’s part of the adaptation of our species. We change who we are to fit the exigencies of our time.”
Michael Schulman, Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep

“John Cazale happens once in a lifetime. He was an invention, a small perfection. It is no wonder his friends feel such anger upon waking from their sleep to discover that Cazale sleeps on with kings and counselors, with Booth and Kean, with Jimmy Dean, with Bernhardt, Guitry, and Duse, with Stanislavsky, with Groucho, Benny, and Allen. He will make fast friends in his new place. He is easy to love. John Cazale’s body betrayed him. His spirit will not. His whole life plays and replays as film, in our picture houses, in”
Michael Schulman, Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep

“TIME MOVED DIFFERENTLY for John Cazale. Everything went slower. He wasn’t dim, not by a long shot. But he was meticulous, sometimes maddeningly so. Even simple tasks could take hours. All of his friends knew about the slowness. It would drive them crazy. His”
Michael Schulman, Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep

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