Recently, in the gift shop of Thomas Wolfe's home in Asheville, North Carolina, I read the following in the preface to his Mannerhouse, a play that was staged but once: "In 1949 it was performed by the Yale Dramatic Association, a wretched experience endured patiently by small audiences."
I remember. I enacted the leading role, a character Wolfe based on himself.
-Are You Anybody?: An Actor's Life