No one moves more gracefully between Hollywood and New York than Theresa Rebeck. Out west, she wrote for “NYPD Blue,” among many TV shows, before creating her own, “Smash.” Back east, her plays include Mauritius, Seminar, and the Pulitzer finalist Omnium Gatherum. She won the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America, which isn’t really between Hollywood and New York, but we can’t be slaves to cartography or tired metaphor: she wouldn’t.
PERSON: Seward Johnson
PLACE: her bed (not this one)
THING: a small Mexican sculpture
RANDY’S THING: a Knicks game, Death of a Salesman