"There is a certain immortality involved in theatre, created not by monuments or books but through the knowledge an actor carries with him to his dying day that, in an empty and dusty theatre, on a certain afternoon, he cast a shadow of a being that was not himself but a distillation of everything he had ever thought or felt. All the unsingable heartsong that the ordinary man may feel but never utter he gave voice to and, by that, he somehow joins the ages."    -Arthur Miller