Charlie Spickler believes in color. Or, as he says, "I am very, very color-oriented." Lighting "An Obituary--Heiner MYller: A Man Without a Behind," one of two plays dealing with MYller at Castillo Theatre (located in downtown Manhattan) where Spickler is resident LD, proved to be the perfect opportunity to drench the theatre in shades of fuschia, red, and green. The abstract piece, dealing with issues ranging from language to fascism to the body, is a series of sketches by Fred Newman

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