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By Bob Dole
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Topic - Frankie Hyman
Woody Harrelson's play "Bullet for Adolf" is extending its off-Broadway run by more than a month and the actor-turned-playwright is hopeful it will continue building an audience.
The Woody Harrelson play "Bullet for Adolf" is extending its off-Broadway run by more than a month, and the actor-turned-playwright is hopeful it will continue building an audience.
In the summer of 1983, The Police were on top of the charts with "Every Breath You Take," James Bond was sipping martinis in "Octopussy" and Woody Harrelson was meeting a man who would change his life.
"I've always been a storyteller and I've always been able to write. But to think for a minute that I could become a professional writer? No way," Hyman says during a joint interview in Harrelson's Upper West Side apartment, a space sweltering due to Harrelson's dislike of air conditioners.
"That was the beginning of him actually getting his hands on me and pulling me out of a very dark place," says Hyman.