Whenever I start talking about the male gaze, it turns into a conversation about the polemics of the piece. Did you consciously say, "I want to talk about these subjects that are really difficult to talk about- and so I'm going to write in a form that allows me to fuck around at the same time?" Or was it less intellectualized than that? I think there's something about the form that makes it very freeing to write from. The play is set all over New York City - [the main character] goes to a cemetery; she goes to a club in the Meatpacking District; she goes to a spa.