Digby Wolfe taught me a lesson the very first time I met him. I was taking a playwriting class each semester in UNM’s Theatre Department. Digby had just been hired to teach dramatic writing here. I asked him if he’d work with me one-on-one for a project I had agreed to tackle.
“Sure, lad. What are you writing?” he said as he signed the necessary forms. I told him I was trying to write a piece for Mystery Cafe, but had never written a mystery before.
“Isn’t every play a mystery?” he asked. He chuckled at my puzzled look and sent me on my way.
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